Molly responds to Theresa May’s announcement to the House of Commons that it is highly likely Moscow was involved in the attack on Sergei Skripal and his daughter in Salisbury.
Molly is visiting Plymouth and Exeter during a ‘constituency week’ to speak at public meetings on the state of Brexit negotiations and the implications on both cities of leaving the EU.
Molly is to visit the Honda car plant in Swindon, one of the West country’s largest and most important employers, where she will discuss the implications of Brexit on the business.
Molly brings her message of the alternatives to the ‘Tories hard Brexit’ to Devon.
Molly will join a march in defense of Bristol’s scientific and environmental credentials and has pledged to hold the government to account over promises it made to match EU funding for universities post-Brexit.
Next week Molly will launch a new report looking at how jobs linked to Trident can be converted into green jobs.
Molly will share her views on the future challenges facing the region and the UK and what she believes should happen next following ther Brexit vote.
Molly is travelling across the region this week in a bid to encourage people to vote in tomorrow’s referendum and to vote to remain in the EU.
Molly has visited Somerset to hear first-hand how EU funding has benefited the county.
In the run up to the EU referendum, Molly visited Marlborough to see for herself a site that is being managed to protect the local river, guided by European Water Framework Directive targets.