Molly writes for Business Green on the importance of our membership of the EU for UK manufacturing businesses.
Molly writes for Politics.co.uk on how a pledge by Corbyn that a future Labour government would leave the customs union destroys any remaining reputation the party has for economic competence.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how UK contributions to the EU budget are returned to areas that might have otherwise found it difficult to make a case for funding. She fears this will not continue post-Brexit.
Molly writes for Business Green explaining why green businesses should be concerned by the direction of the debate on the Single Market.
Molly exposes a secretive new trade deal between the EU and Japan which would be the biggest ever free trade agreement signed by the EU.
The EU is set to extend a ban on bee harming neonicotinoid pesticides – but agri-chemical lobbyists who oppose the ban have the ear of pro-Brexit Tories, writes Molly in the Ecologist.
Molly compares what is happening in Brexit Britain to Orwell’s Animal Farm and argues that rather than a Brexit that Takes Back Control we need one that gives back control to the people.
Writing for Business Green, Molly sets out why she has written to Brexit Secretary David Davis calling for more transparency over the impacts of the Tories planned hard Brexit.
Molly explores whether Britain’s Greens could experience the same surge as GroenlLinks in the Netherlands. She concludes that the path is blocked by our first-past-the-post electoral system and how we urgently need reform.
Molly writes for Staggers (New Statesman) on how she is not taken in by the charm offensive by Canadian prime minister. He is pushing for the damaging EU-Canada CETA trade deal, something Greens have always opposed.