The latest response to those concerned about the new Copyright Directive, which will be voted on by the European Parliament this week.
Molly responds to concerns about Article 11 and 13 of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market.
On Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th June, MPs will debate and vote on 15 Lords amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill. The government has allowed MPs just 12 hours to make some of the most important decisions of their political lives. The stakes couldn’t be higher. It is therefore crucial that MPs hear the voices … Read moreTemplate letter to South West MPs re: amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill
An update from Molly on the numerous on-going Leave campaign scandals, collectively known as Brexitgate.
Our response to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which come into effect from May 25th 2018.
A statement from Molly in relation to the massacre of 60 Palestinians and the injury of hundreds more by Israeli security forces on Monday 15th May 2018.
A statement from Molly Scott Cato MEP responding to the use of an image in relation to the launch of the www.badboysofbrexit.com website.
Molly updates constituents on what Brexit might mean for the rights of EU nationals in the UK and UK nationals in the EU.
Molly responds to a report on minimum standards for the Protection of Farm Rabbits which calls on the European Commission to present legislative proposals on setting minimum standards on welfare.
Responding to constituents who have asked Molly to vote against ratification of CETA Molly has said: On Wednesday I will be voting on the CETA trade deal with Canada and I am emailing to let you know that, on your behalf, I will be voting against ratification. We have been campaigning hard to persuade other … Read moreWhy Molly will vote against ratifying CETA