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.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how grassroots movements are challenging the might of corporations over the TTIP and CETA trade deals but how Brexit risks the UK government signing up to even worse.
Molly has criticised as ‘vacuous’ comments made by Defra secretary Andrea Leadsom about the future of food and farming.
Molly is warning that a trade deal being negotiated between Canada and the EU poses a serious threat to South West food producers.
Molly has welcomed the collapse of the TTIP trade deal but has warned the UK could seek to implement similar damaging deals post Brexit.
Molly is warning that as the TTIP trade deal looks ever more fragile, the UK may seek to enter into its own even more damaging agreement with the US.
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato has today welcomed a European Parliamentary inquiry into the Panama Papers which is expected to be announced tomorrow. The leaked Panama Papers exposed wide scale tax avoidance and financial secrecy by wealthy elites. As the Green Party’s economics spokesperson and the tax affairs spokesperson for the Greens in the European … Read moreGreen MEPs secures parliamentary inquiry into Panama Papers
Writing for Business Green, Molly argues the UK will be in a better position to protect its strategic industries and pursue high environmental standards if it remains within the EU.
Molly says new relvelations about TTIP confirm Greens’ fears that the on-going EU-US trade deal is simply a corporate power grab.