Molly accuses Labour MEPs of caving in to corporate power and letting down the citizens of Europe by voting in favour of CETA.
Responding to constituents who have asked Molly to vote against ratification of CETA Molly has said: On Wednesday I will be voting on the CETA trade deal with Canada and I am emailing to let you know that, on your behalf, I will be voting against ratification. We have been campaigning hard to persuade other … Read moreWhy Molly will vote against ratifying CETA
A new report by Green MP, Caroline Lucas, has revealed a ‘cocktail of risks’ to the UK’s environment from Brexit.
As MEPs prepare to vote on the controversial CETA trade deal, Molly warns the UK could find itself in the ‘worst of all possible worlds’.
Three cities, Exeter, Plymouth and Bristol, top the list of cities exporting to the EU and would be devastated if the UK leaves the single market, says Molly.
Molly has won cross party support for an amendment exempting small and microbusinesses from having to use the VAT mini-one-stop-shop system.
Molly has welcomed a Green win: the European Parliament and European Council have reaching a final agreement on new regulation on tackling conflict minerals.
Greens are calling for the CETA trade deal between the EU and Canada to be examined by judges of the European Court of Justice.
Molly writes for politics.co.uk on why Greens have supported Wallonia’s stand against the CETA trade agreement and how ultimately it will be the European Parliament who can block this dangerous deal.
Rather than protecting big business from the impact of Brexit, government should do more to support the low-carbon transition during this turbulent time, argues Molly or Business Green.