Whilst the idea of ‘associate citizenship’ of the EU is appealing to many people, Molly has concerns over citizenship being something that can be purchased without any corresponding responsibilities.
Greens have secured the support of the European Parliament for a report on declarations of interests of European Commissioners.
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 has echoed calls for radical reforms to agriculture as the UK prepares to leave the EU.
European Greens have today launched a new initiative to protect whistle-blowers so they can anonymously and securely leak information and expose wrong-doing.
Molly writes for the Guardian on Amber Rudd, tax avoidance and the implications for Brexit.
Writing for the Independent, Molly explains why she believes the forced removal of MPs and peers from the Houses of Parliament for refurbishment work is an ideal opportunity to update our anachronistic democratic structures.
Molly and Green colleague, Rupert Read, argue for change to our archaic and unrepresentative electoral system and how a ‘progressive alliance’ could help bring this about.
Molly examines what politics and politicians can learn from our new status as a sporting superpower.
Molly will share her views on the future challenges facing the region and the UK and what she believes should happen next following ther Brexit vote.