MEPs have challenged the international trade secretary to publish a list of countries that have agreed to continue trading with the UK as if it were an EU country during the transition period.
Molly reflects on the decision by Honda, one of the region’s most important employers, to close their Swindon factory with the loss of 3,500 jobs.
Molly responds to news that leading Brexiteer entrepreneur, Sir James Dyson, is moving his vacuum cleaner and hand dryer technology company from Wiltshire to Singapore.
With Brazil’s new president elect Bolsonaro tearing up human rights and threatening the Amazon rainforest, Green MEPs are calling for the suspension of trade talks.
Greens in the European Parliament today voted against a new free trade agreement between the EU and Japan.
European Courts upholds Sir James Dyson’s arguments on EU energy labelling regulations of vacuum cleaners.
Having joined a cross-party group of MEPs visiting the port of Ghent, Molly warned 3,600 jobs are at risk at the Honda plant in Swindon, if a hard Brexit or no-deal Brexit go ahead.
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.