David Davis, and the Treasury have repeatedly refused to release vital studies into the economic effects of Brexit. Molly explains why she is taking legal action to make sure they are made available.
With off-shore wind set to produce electricity cheaper than Hinkley ever will, Molly writes for the New Statesman on why politicians on all sides should reject nuclear.
Labour’s promise to take back control of key public services should be welcomed, but it is false to claim that this cannot be done whilst in the EU or single market, writes Molly for Left Foot Forward.
Molly, who has been challenging ministers to release secret government studies into the impacts of Brexit, has accused the government of running scared of its own findings.
The publication of the World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2017 is a further blow to the nuclear industry.
Molly has issued a challenge to MPs in the South West to unite against Hinkley and in favour of resurrecting previously shelved offshore wind projects.
Following an announcement that energy from offshore wind in the UK is now cheaper than electricity generated from new nuclear, Molly has renewed a call for Hinkley C to be scrapped.
With the ‘divorce settlement’ a major sticking point in Brexit negotiations Moll has warned that a ‘cliff edge Brexit’ could be more costly to the UK than the cost of withdrawal from the EU.
Molly writes for Business Green on the importance of our membership of the EU for UK manufacturing businesses.
Molly responds to a new report which says the UK’s rush to build incinerators will result in over capacity that will undermine recycling.