An article in which Molly explains why she has released the Bad Boys of Brexit website.
Writing for the Ecologist, Molly welcomes the expected ban on neonicotinoids to protect bees, but questions whether environment secretary Michael Gove will challenge the chemicals industry lobby and retain regulations after Brexit.
In this article for the Guardian, Molly identifies the importance of the customs union for the UK manufacturing sector and urges Labour to change tack and support remaining it it, and the single market, post-Brexit.
Molly writes for the European Interest website on the controversial pulse fishing technique and argues for transnational cooperation to manage our fisheries and the seas that are not contained by national borders.
A response for Business Green to the Conservative government’s 25 year environment plan.
Molly writes for Indy Voices about how David Davis and Jeremy Corbyn are both fighting yesterday’s battles and are two sides of the same coin when it comes to Brexit.
Molly writes a New Year message for Left Foot Forward on why it is up to us all to stop the rise of the dark antidemocratic forces, we thought we’d banished to history, but which seemed to reappear in 2017.
The Tories are trying to rebrand themselves as a green animal loving Party, but they need to see the bigger picture on fracking, renewables and ecology, says Molly in this article for the Guardian.
Molly has applied for a judicial review in the High Court seeking to force the government to release the Brexit studies they claim don’t exist. In this article for Left Foot Forward she expalins the reasons behind the action.
Molly looks at allegations of Russian interference in the EU referendum campaign and the efforts being taken to expose corruption.