Molly’s response to constituents who have raised concerns over the the European refugee crisis.
A letter published by the Independent newspaper about the decision by the Financial Conduct Authority to drop its investigation of banking culture.
Molly has signed a cross-party letter to David Cameron urging him to take part in an EU resettlement scheme to address the current refugee crisis.
Molly has written to the Commission asking whether a grid upgrade to enable the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant amounts to unfair competition under EU competition law.
Molly’s letter on the Greek crisis published in the Independent. She says the crisis shows the Eurozone to be a ‘neoliberal disciplining device’
A letter published in the Guardian about the decision to postpone the European Parliamentary vote on the controversial TTIP trade deal.
Molly has given her full backing to a letter written by Green Co-Presidents in the European Parliament to the Commission identifying concerns over the new ‘Better Regulation’ agenda.
A letter published in the Guardian, signed by Molly, argues that the debate about Europe should focus around what is best for people and the environment, not what makes life easier for big business.
Molly wrote to Vince Cable, former Business Secretary, to raise concerns over the impact of changes to EU VAT regulation on micro-businesses in the UK. It took five months for the government to respond.
Molly has written to the Commission seeking clarification on a €100,000 exemption on VAT for small and micro businesses.