Molly shares her outrage and disgust at Trump’s decision to suspend the US refugee programme and ban entry to nationals from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, and Yemen.
Whilst the idea of ‘associate citizenship’ of the EU is appealing to many people, Molly has concerns over citizenship being something that can be purchased without any corresponding responsibilities.
Molly responds to constituents concerns over the threats to the environment and marine life caused by microplastics.
Molly sets out why she believes that a vote to remain in the EU provides the best chance at defeating this toxic trade deal.
A response to constituents calling for an arms embargo on Saudi Arabia due to atrocities in Yemen.
Molly responds to the many constituents who have contacted her about NASFN, a new agricultural initiative in Africa.
Molly is opposed to fracking and believes strongly that we must leave fossil fuels in the ground. Here is her full response to concerned constituents.
Greens are seeking to close loopholes and ensure effective implementation of the EU export ban on instruments of torture.
As the European Parliament votes on the new budget for 2016, including European agricultural subsidies, Greens argue its time for the EU to stop subsidising bullfighting.
In response to concerns by constituents over net neutrality, Molly believes this is a core principle on which the internet was founded, and Greens are working to ensure this core principle is guaranteed across Europe.