Swindon heads the list of cities in the South West that will face an adverse economic impact from Brexit and Molly renews a call to South West MPs to press for the UK to remain in the single market and customs union.
Molly writes for Politics.co.uk on how a pledge by Corbyn that a future Labour government would leave the customs union destroys any remaining reputation the party has for economic competence.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how UK contributions to the EU budget are returned to areas that might have otherwise found it difficult to make a case for funding. She fears this will not continue post-Brexit.
Molly writes for Business Green explaining why green businesses should be concerned by the direction of the debate on the Single Market.
Jobs in the finance sector are at risk of moving abroad, warns Molly, as JP Morgan announces 16,000 jobs – including 4,000 in Bournemouth – are at risk.
The European Parliament has this week backed a Green initiative which aims to extend the life of consumer products.
Soaring costs and further delays to Hinkley could lower financial returns for EDF and result in consumers being ‘arm-twisted’ into paying even higher prices, Molly has warned.
As the European Parliament votes to support country-by-country reporting Molly has insisted that such tax transparency must form part of any post Brexit trade deal.
This report explores the impact that the so-call ‘modernisation’ of the EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA) might have on corporate tax avoidance and illicit financial flows.
Molly responds to a 2.42bn euros (£2.1bn) fine on Google after the European Commission found it to be abusing its power by promoting its own shopping comparison service at the top of search results.