Molly criticises McDonalds, saying European citizens cannot stomach any more anti-social tax avoidance by corporations who dominate their daily lives.
Molly has launched a report exploring the impacts of Brexit on the finance sector and how it can better serve the interests of people and businesses.
This report considers the implications of Brexit on the finance sector and how it presents an opportunity to refashion the sector so it serves everyone, not just the few.
Having joined a cross-party group of MEPs visiting the port of Ghent, Molly warned 3,600 jobs are at risk at the Honda plant in Swindon, if a hard Brexit or no-deal Brexit go ahead.
Responding to the threats posed by increased automation, Molly has called for a work revolution to reduce stress and poverty and increase health and welfare.
Molly says free movement proposals by the CBI are almost entirely possible under existing EU law.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how privatisation has been a disaster for public services and why the NHS should be in public hands, not run by corporations like Richard Branson’s Virgin Care.
Molly has responded to the record fine imposed on Google by the European Commission.
Molly will be joined in Plymouth by a leading German banker to argue that a locally-owned mutual bank for the South West is urgently needed.
Molly has said the decision by the European Court of Justice that UK government support for construction of Hinkley Point C does not constitute illegal state aid is “hugely regrettable”.