Molly writes for the Guardian about why she has joined ‘Extinction Rebellion’ – a group of journalists, academics, politicians, campaigners and educators who have pledged direct action and civil disobedience in defence of our climate and environment.
In the wake of the IPCC report into climate change, Molly writes for Business Green on how agriculture could turn from a major greenhouse gas emitter to an important carbon sink.
Molly writes for the Guardian on why Labour’s best chance of winning a general election is dependent on whether they are willing to back a People’s Vote with a clear option of remaining in the EU.
Molly writes for the Guardian on the threats to climate action posed by the rise of the far right and by Brexit.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how privatisation has been a disaster for public services and why the NHS should be in public hands, not run by corporations like Richard Branson’s Virgin Care.
Writing for Left Foot Forward, Molly looks at the legal and practical implications of revoking Article 50.
Jacob Rees-Mogg has acknowledged any ‘Brexit dividend’ may take 50 years. So why is he pressing for a no-deal Brexit that would have such devastating impacts on his North East Somerset constituents? Writing for the Guardian Molly explores whether his hardline position has more to do with self interest and personal gain.
In the wake of the Electoral Commission investigation into Vote Leave and finding them guilty of breaking electoral law, Molly writes for the Guardian arguing Theresa May should sack ministers who were involved in the Leave campaign and that there is now no democratic mandate for Brexit.
Molly investigates how Nigel Farage’s declaration that Remain had won the EU referendum could have helped hedge funds make millions off the back of the pound’s collapse once the true result was known.
Molly appeals to the Shadow Brexit Secretary to support staying in the European Economic Area.