A group of Green MEPs have written an open letter asking for infringement proceedings following Belgium’s disregard for EU law on exchange of information on tax.
A letter to the Commission warning that simplifying the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) must not become a euphemism for abandoning green measures.
Molly has written to the Commission to highlight the issue of ineffective and painful stunning of pigs before slaughter.
Molly has written to the Commission requesting they continue to grant an excise duty exemption for small scale producers of cider and perry.
Molly has joined three other Greens MEPs and written to Commissioner Vestager to insist that the financial deal on Hinkley, agreed by the previous Commission, is reopened.
Molly has made a response to an Ofcom consultation on which political parties it lists as ‘major parties’ ahead of the General Election in May 2015.
Molly’s response to the promise by the government of new funds for the South West, published in the Western Morning News.
England’s three Green MEPs, have written a letter highlighting the extreme suffering of EU animals exported to third countries in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey and called for a ban.
Molly’s response to the tragic deaths in France over the last few days, published in the Guardian.
Yesterday, The European Parliament adopted a resolution calling for the recognition of the state of Palestine – a ‘historic and proud moment’ said Molly.