Molly will this Saturday be speaking at a rally for Europe in Exeter.
Molly responds to the announcement in Brussels by Brexit secretary, David Davis, and EU Chief negotiator, Michel Barnier, that the UK and EU have agreed a Brexit transition deal.
Molly has hailed today’s decisive vote in favour of a resolution on future EU-UK relations as the ‘final nail in the coffin of the Tories’ plan for creating tax-haven Britain’ post-Brexit.
Molly says that staying in the Single Market and Customs Union is best for Gibraltar.
Molly responds to the European Parliament resolution on the framework for a future EU-UK relationship which was debated today.
Molly and Jolyon Maugham QC explain why they are not proceeding with their case against the government to gain access to the government’s Brexit impact studies. They explain how they and the public played a vital part in persuading the government to release limited analyses of the impacts of Brexit.
A cross-party group of 19 UK MEPs have written to the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to complain about the use of ‘utterly inappropriate language’ by government and the press in relation to Brexit negotiation. They have demanded Mr Johnson unreservedly condemn the hostile language being used and that the UK government leads by example in … Read moreCross-party letter from 19 MEPs call on government to end hostile language on Brexit
A letter initiated by Molly, and signed by a cross-party group of 19 UK MEPs demands the Foreign Secretary condemn the ‘utterly inappropriate language’ by government and the press in relation to Brexit negotiations.
Molly responds to a decision by the High Court today to refuse judicial review to compel the government to release its Brexit economic impact studies.
Molly is in the High Court today to make an oral application for permission to apply for judicial review to compel the production, in public, of the government’s Brexit impact studies.