Green MEPs have hailed a vote today as evidence of how the European Parliament can help protect the poorest communities from misguided development initiatives and corporate exploitation.
Molly has issued a statement regarding the lack of Government funding support for the Cornish language.
Published on International Women’s Day, Molly uses this article on Huffington Post to launch a campaign at EU level for a Europe-wide VAT exemption on sanitary products.
Molly responds to the many constituents who have contacted her about NASFN, a new agricultural initiative in Africa.
Molly’s response to constituents who have raised concerns over the the European refugee crisis.
Labour MEPs and their Socialist and Democratic colleagues in the European Parliament have failed to back Green amendments to preserve Net neutrality.
Molly Scott Cato MEP will this week present a report on tax to the European Parliament and call for tax information to be made fully available to all.
In response to concerns by constituents over net neutrality, Molly believes this is a core principle on which the internet was founded, and Greens are working to ensure this core principle is guaranteed across Europe.
Molly is dismayed that two areas in the South West have the highest proportion of jobs paying below the living wage, but says investment in renewables offers the potential for higher paid skilled jobs.
Molly has strongly criticised Tory MEPs for refusing to back a resolution on the right to universal access to water and sanitation, something supported by nearly two million European citizens.