Molly has expressed surprise at the muted response from Brexiters to the signing of the EU-Japan trade deal, named JEFTA.
Molly questions the International Trade secretary’s support for a damaging EU-Canada trade deal.
Writing for the New Statesman (Staggers) Molly explores why there are so many Brexit metaphors about food and warns that the Brextremists are keen to dilute food and environmental regulations.
Molly has challenged International Trade secretary Liam Fox over whether his aim for new trade deals with countries outside and beyond the EU is consistent with the UK’s climate commitments.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how Brexiteers fantasies on trade deals post-Brexit are full of political bluster and bravado.
Molly has welcomed support from MEPs for a Green reports calling for an embargo on arms exports to Saudi Arabia.
Molly has written to the EU Commission urging it to use a new trade deal between Latin American countries and the EU to prevent further destruction of the Amazon rainforest.
Molly has said that government attempts to replicate a Japan-EU trade deal post-Brexit would be disastrous for the UK, and remaining in single market and customs union is far more important to UK economy.
Molly writes for Business Green on the importance of our membership of the EU for UK manufacturing businesses.
Details of a written question to the EU Commission on the proposed Japan-EU trade deal, known as JEFTA, challenging the apparent imbalance around proposals to drop tariffs on cheese exports in return for lower tariffs on imported Japanese cars.