Greens in the European Parliament have today exposed the involvement of the agri-chemical industry in renewing the authorisation of the suspected carcinogen glyphosate
Molly has written to the Charity Commission to challenge the charitable status granted to a series of far-right think tanks.
Greens in the European Parliament today called for a ban on targeted and personal-profile advertising on social networks during a debate on the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Molly has launched a petition calling on the BBC to stop giving airtime to organisations whose funding is not transparent.
Molly has written to the National Crime Agency and the Metropolitan Police seeking reassurances about investigations into serious allegations connected with the campaign by Leave.EU.
Molly responds to a shambolic Canadian parliamentary hearing in Ottawa at which the co-founders of controversial firm AggregatesIQ were questioned on their role in the Leave campaign.
Molly has warmly welcomed a proposal by the EU Commission on a Directive to protect whistleblowers which follows the Greens own draft proposal.
Molly has today written to Avon & Somerset Police asking if they are investigating allegations about two Bristol companies sharing data illegally with Leave.EU
Molly has today challenged Wetherspoons chairman and major donor to the Leave campaign, Tim Martin, to reassure customers that their data was not ‘harvested’ to support the Brexit campaign.
The allegations of illegal behaviour and electoral manipulation swirling around the EU referendum have become complex. Here Molly unpicks a tangled web.