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.
Molly has written to the Electoral Commission to question the legitimacy of the EU referendum result in light of revelations about how Cambridge Analytica has influenced elections.
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.
Molly is in the High Court today to make an oral application for permission to apply for judicial review to compel the production, in public, of the government’s Brexit impact studies.
Molly has launched a report she commissioned which identifies what lies behind the UK’s housing crisis and looks at some of the solutions used to address housing problems in other EU countries.