Molly writes for Huffington Post on how corporations are preventing access to critical information needed to help decision makers work in the public interest.
Molly writes for the International Business Times on how the Panama Papers and Bahamas Leaks show that the tax avoidance industry is alive and well and Green proposals for dealing with the problem.
Molly writes for the Guardian on Amber Rudd, tax avoidance and the implications for Brexit.
Molly writes for Left Foot Forward on the government’s ‘comprehensive review’ on Hinkley. She warns that in post-Brexit Britain the Conservative government are putting political expediency ahead of expert advice.
Writing for Business Green, Molly argues that the UK must stay inside the single market if we want to deliver a truly green economy.
Writing for the Independent, Molly explains why she believes the forced removal of MPs and peers from the Houses of Parliament for refurbishment work is an ideal opportunity to update our anachronistic democratic structures.
Molly and Green colleague, Rupert Read, argue for change to our archaic and unrepresentative electoral system and how a ‘progressive alliance’ could help bring this about.
Writing in the Guardian, Molly says the clawing back of €13bn in unpaid taxes from Apple shows the EU is serious about tackling tax avoidance, while the UK is in danger of becoming a leading tax haven.
Molly examines what politics and politicians can learn from our new status as a sporting superpower.
Nissan’s investment freeze in Sunderland could be the firing gun for a race to the bottom in post-Brexit Britain, warns Molly writing for Staggers (New Statesman)