A new report on lack of cooperation between EU countries on tackling tax avoidance shows dangers of UK becoming a tax haven post Brexit.
Molly has welcomed a landmark ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) that will help shape the way future EU trade agreements are negotiated.
The proposed corporation tax cut from 35% to 15% announced by Donald Trump is likely to encourage a race to the bottom on tax rates, Molly has warned.
New EU rules, which Greens helped secure, have exposed banks for stashing away their profits in tax havens. These rules need to be extended to all sectors, says Molly.
Molly has slammed the Treasury for refusing to meet a delegation of MEPs visiting London to investigate the role played by British Overseas Territories and other ex-colonial territories in facilitating tax dodging.
Molly is part of a delegation of MEPs investigating London this week to quiz UK authorities with special responsibility for tackling tax avoidance.
A new report from the Greens in Europe reveals that the UK hosts more intermediaries – banks, accountants and lawyers – facilitating tax dodging than any other country in Europe.
Molly has launched an e petition calling for a halt in the race to the bottom on corporate tax.
Molly has won cross party support for an amendment exempting small and microbusinesses from having to use the VAT mini-one-stop-shop system.
Greens in the European Parliament have uncovered tax avoidance by chemical giant BASF amounting to almost a billion euros over a five year period.