Molly has welcomed moves by the European Commission to tackle corporate tax avoidance but warns the UK is in danger of becoming one of the globe’s leading tax havens post-Brexit.
Molly writes for the International Business Times on how the Panama Papers and Bahamas Leaks show that the tax avoidance industry is alive and well and Green proposals for dealing with the problem.
Molly has called on the treasury and HMRC to use information made available by a Red-Green administration in Germany to clamp down on tax avoiders.
As the EU Commission launches proposals on public Country by Country Reporting (CBCR), Molly calls for Cameron and the government to come clean on tax avoidance.
Molly responds to the Panama Papers which reveal huge levels of money laundering and tax evasion.
Molly has hit out at chancellor George Osborne over claims the UK government is leading on measures to prevent corporate tax avoidance.
In this article for Huffington Post, Molly explores the issue of corporate tax avoidance in relation to the Google tax controversy.
Molly is one of five Green MEPs who have challenged the EU Competition Commissioner to investigate Google’s tax deal with UK tax authorities.
Molly says Google’s repayment of taxes is wholly inadequate from a company free riding on publicly funded infrastructure.
Molly has claimed that a surge in corporate tax receipts in Ireland is a reward for poor tax practice.