Molly’s letter on the Greek crisis published in the Independent. She says the crisis shows the Eurozone to be a ‘neoliberal disciplining device’
As the crisis in Greece continues to unfold, Molly has issued a statement.
Molly will be part of a special delegation visiting London on Thursday to explore the role played by the UK in tax avoidance by corporations.
An article for Business Green about the EU Commission’s new policy billed as “Better Regulation”, described by the Greens as “an attack on the fundamentals of democracy, on political accountability and on the ability of the union to act.”
Molly and the Greens have hit out at a new European Commission package, billed as ‘Better Regulation’.
Molly has given her full backing to a letter written by Green Co-Presidents in the European Parliament to the Commission identifying concerns over the new ‘Better Regulation’ agenda.
A letter published in the Guardian, signed by Molly, argues that the debate about Europe should focus around what is best for people and the environment, not what makes life easier for big business.
Molly has expressed alarm that a review of European nature laws could dilute legislation because it is seen as a barrier to business and economic growth.
Molly has welcomed the launch in Brussels today of a new Watchdog to protect citizens’, workers’ and consumers’ rights.
Molly argues that opponents of the Green Party are using figures dressed up as irrefutable truths to try and discredit a Party whose principle intention is to create a fairer and more equal society.