Molly was one of three Green MEPs arrested after breaking into a Belgian military airbase to protest against its stockpiling of American B61 nuclear bombs.
Molly is to tour the region to take part in a series of panel debates warning about creeping fascism and the rollback of democracy in post-Brexit Britain.
Molly responds to the attack in Strasbourg, in which three people were killed and 12 others injured.
Molly has condemned Donald Trump after he announced that he plans to withdraw from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty.
MEPs have this week voted in favour of a Green initiative calling on EU governments to stop criminalising humanitarian assistance to desperate refugees.
Molly has denounced MEPs who rejected amendments put forward by Greens which included banning inhumane and internationally banned weapons.
A new report released this week echoes a previous report commissioned by Molly and shows that the UK could cancel plans to replace the Trident nuclear weapons system without job losses.
A statement from Molly in relation to the massacre of 60 Palestinians and the injury of hundreds more by Israeli security forces on Monday 15th May 2018.
A statement by the three pro-EU MEPs in the South West: Molly Scott Cato MEP, Clare Moody MEP and Julie Girling MEP.
Molly responds to Theresa May’s announcement to the House of Commons that it is highly likely Moscow was involved in the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury.