As the Green Party’s finance speaker, Molly has challenged Chancellor George Osborne to respond to new information over the extent of lawbreaking over tax deals.
Molly’s response to the promise by the government of new funds for the South West, published in the Western Morning News.
There has been wide coverage and strong reaction to a statement put out by two Green MEPs following the victory of Syriza in the Greek elections.
Molly has given a distinctly cool response to George Osborne’s visit to Cornwall announcing new funds for the region.
Molly says the quantitative easing (QE) scheme for the Eurozone, likelky to be announced today, will be a hugely missed opportunity and will replicate the errors of a similar package in the UK.
The Greens-EFA Group in the European Parliament has succeeded in collecting the necessary signatures to trigger an inquiry following the LuxLeaks tax avoidance scandal.
Molly Scott Cato is challenging Labour MEPs to support a far reaching Committee of Inquiry into the Lux Leaks tax avoidance scandal.
The Joy of Tax: Tax may not sound sexy, but it is the price we pay for being part of a civilised society, argues Molly Scott Cato
As new VAT rules take effect, Molly Scott Cato has written to EU Commission Vice President Andrus Ansip outlining the concerns of constituents who run very small businesses and calling for a Europe-wide exemption for businesses with a turnover of less than €100,000.
Greens in the European Parliament have helped secure an early Christmas present for consumers and small businesses after the European Parliament and finance ministers agreed to curb excessive payment card fees paid by many retailers.