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Government resorting to ‘shameless PR exercise of false information’ over badger cull, says MEP 12 November 2018 Food and farming, News
Dyson ruling shows European Courts are ‘fair and deliver justice’ 8 November 2018 Energy, News, Trade
Molly warms to start of hot geothermal energy 6 November 2018 Climate change, Energy, News
Why I’m turning from law-maker to law-breaker to try to save the planet 2 November 2018 Articles, Climate change
MEP welcomes referral of ‘dodgy dealer’ and ‘potential crook’ Arron Banks to National Crime Agency 1 November 2018 Brexit, News
'Puzzling' discrepancies between Met Police and Electoral Commission over Leave law breaking must not further delay police investigations, says MEP 1 November 2018 Brexit, News
MEP to join Halloween launch of rebellion against climate breakdown and ecological crisis 31 October 2018 Climate change, News
Criminal investigation into Leave campaigns must be treated as ‘urgent matter’ and carried through ahead of Brexit date, urges MEP 30 October 2018 Brexit, News
A disastrous day for Brazil’s democracy; a catastrophic day for the climate - MEP calls for suspension of EU-Latin American trade deal negotiations 29 October 2018 Climate change, Human rights, Latin America, News
Green MEP to meet EU’s chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier 25 October 2018 Brexit, News
European Parliament votes to ban a range of plastics in “victory for the health of the planet” 24 October 2018 Health, Marine conservation, News
EU governments must end voter manipulation on social networks, say Greens 23 October 2018 Brexit, News, Political reform
IPCC report: Agriculture can be part of the solution rather than the problem 23 October 2018 Articles, Climate change, Food and farming
Green MEP condemns ‘reckless sociopath’ for tearing up nuclear treaty 22 October 2018 News, Peace building
MEP denounces ‘Project Fear’ Bournemouth MP 16 October 2018 Brexit, News, SW events
Cross-party parliamentarians demand criminal investigation with a view to prosecution of Vote Leave 16 October 2018 Brexit, News
Green MEP calls for Binding Treaty to hold corporations to account 15 October 2018 Human rights, News
Farming and food can be part of the solution rather than the problem, says Green MEP in wake of IPCC report 8 October 2018 Climate change, Food and farming, News
Greens welcome vote in favour of Treaty to hold corporations to account on human rights 4 October 2018 Economics, Human rights, News
Brexit would hit Cornwall harder than any other region in UK, says new report 3 October 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
South West Green MEP responds to resignation of fellow regional MEP from UKIP 26 September 2018 Equality, News
If Labour wants power, it must commit to a people’s vote on Brexit 25 September 2018 Articles, Brexit
Response to 'Salzburg failure' 21 September 2018 Brexit, News
People’s Vote ‘now looks unstoppable’ says Green MEP 19 September 2018 Brexit, News
Green MEP calls for methane leaking Dorset oil well to be shut down 19 September 2018 Climate change, Energy, News
European Commission rule Luxembourg did not give selective tax treatment to McDonald's but criticise company's unfair tax practices 19 September 2018 Economics, News, Tax justice
EDF as clear as mud on environmental impact, says Green MEP 18 September 2018 Energy, Marine conservation, News
Green MEP to highlight new finance report at #ChangeFinance event outside Bank of England 14 September 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Never Waste a Good Crisis: Using Brexit to reform the UK’s finance sector 14 September 2018 Brexit, Economics, Reports
Access to market more important than control of our waters, says Green MEP in response to government’s Fisheries Bill 13 September 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Response to White Paper on Future Fisheries Policy 13 September 2018 Food and farming, Letters
Response to 'public money for public goods' Agriculture Bill 12 September 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
MEP condemns South West venues hosting “grotesque and outdated” dwarf wrestling events 12 September 2018 Equality, Human rights, News
Hungary vote in European Parliament: a demonstration of the division between democracy and right-wing extremism, says Green MEP 12 September 2018 Brexit, Human rights, News
Response to the proposed Copyright Directive 11 September 2018 Human rights, Responses to Qs
Honda jobs threat from Brexit, warns MEP 6 September 2018 Brexit, Economics, News, Trade
We must not accept Brexit at any cost, Green MEP to tell Plymouth summit 5 September 2018 Brexit, News, SW events
No place for nuclear in energy transition, says Green MEP as new report launched 4 September 2018 Energy, News
Disempower far-right climate change deniers. Don’t debate with them 4 September 2018 Articles, Brexit, Climate change
Response to death of Peter Melchett 31 August 2018 Food and farming, News
Green MEP joins rally for people's vote in Bristol 28 August 2018 Brexit, News, SW events
Greens call for a ‘work revolution’ in wake of increased automation and poverty wages 20 August 2018 Economics, Equality, News
Green MEP responds to CBI call for new Freedom of Movement rules 13 August 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Green MEP to join People’s March rally in Bristol this Saturday 10 August 2018 Brexit, News, SW events
Virgin Care must be kept away from the NHS 8 August 2018 Articles, Economics, Health
On Earth Overshoot Day, Greens warn Brexit will be a huge step backwards for UK environmental protections 1 August 2018 Brexit, News
Green MEP launches petition demanding BBC refuse airtime to organisations lacking transparency over funding 31 July 2018 Brexit, News, Political reform
Panic about a No Deal outcome might trigger an exit from Brexit. But is there a reverse gear? 27 July 2018 Articles, Brexit
A no-deal Brexit could make most of us poorer – and Jacob Rees-Mogg richer 24 July 2018 Articles, Brexit
The Brexit Syndicate – a new website exposing the ‘Mafia-like’ organisations who drove Brexit 23 July 2018 Brexit, News
‘White Knight of global tech-wars’ imposes record EU fine on Google – Green MEP Molly Scott Cato responds 18 July 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Green MEP to tell Exeter that Brexit now has no legitimacy 18 July 2018 Brexit, News, SW events
Green MEP questions muted response from ‘free-market Brexiters’ to EU-Japan trade deal 18 July 2018 Brexit, News, Trade
The ministers behind Vote Leave should be sacked 18 July 2018 Articles, Brexit
Green MEP and German banker to make the case for a ‘People’s Bank’ for the South West 16 July 2018 Economics, News, SW events
No justification for Hinkley subsidies, says South West Green MEP 12 July 2018 Brexit, Economics, Energy, News
Greens launch report on alternatives to glyphosate as Monsanto face lawsuits over ‘carcinogenic’ weed killer 11 July 2018 Food and farming, News
Green MEP calls for end to ‘stranglehold’ of Big Four accountancy firms 10 July 2018 News, Tax justice
Green initiative on ending criminalisation of humanitarian assistance to refugees gets backing of MEPs 6 July 2018 Human rights, News, Peace building
Cross-party statement challenging Brexit mandate and calling for People's Vote 5 July 2018 Brexit, News
“Keep eye on the ball” warns MEP, as leaked Electoral Commission report shows Vote Leave broke electoral law 4 July 2018 Brexit, News
Greens condemn European Parliament decision to back half billion Euro boost for European military industry 3 July 2018 News, Peace building
Greens urge government to commit to revised EU Directive on renewable energy 28 June 2018 Brexit, Climate change, Energy, News
New report reveals scrapping Trident would not mean Devonport job losses 27 June 2018 Economics, News, Peace building
Why did Nigel Farage tell the world he thought remain had won? 27 June 2018 Articles, Brexit, Economics
Green MEP questions Trade Secretary ‘going weak at the knees’ over EU-Canada trade deal 26 June 2018 Brexit, News, Trade
National Crime Agency and Met must investigate alleged foreign collusion and illegal activity by Brexit campaign, says Green MEP 26 June 2018 Brexit, News, Political reform
Green MEP slams both Tories and Labour over ‘climate wrecking’ infrastructure decisions 26 June 2018 Brexit, Climate change, Energy, News, Transport
Letter to National Crime Agency re: illegal activities by Leave campaign 22 June 2018 Brexit, Letters
A People’s Vote can ‘wake us up from our Brexit nightmare’ says Green MEP 22 June 2018 Brexit, News
MEP demands Home Secretary make public information on Kremlin meddling in EU referendum 22 June 2018 Brexit, News
The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market 20 June 2018 Human rights, Responses to Qs
Brexit threatens ‘bold but essential’ EU rules prohibiting use of antibiotics in farming, warns MEP 20 June 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
‘Bad Girl’ Liz Bilney – a ‘worthy addition’ to Bad Boys of Brexit website 19 June 2018 Brexit, News
Government proposal encouraging divestment by pension funds weak compared to EU alternative, warns MEP 18 June 2018 Climate change, Economics, News
As EU agree 32% target for renewables by 2030, Green MEP urges government to reject nuclear and fossil fuels and embrace a renewable energy revolution in new report 15 June 2018 Brexit, Climate change, Energy, News
Energy Isolationism: How the UK is sailing into the wind on energy policy 15 June 2018 Climate change, Energy, Reports
Last minute plea to Labour MPs to back EEA amendment 13 June 2018 Brexit, News
Green MEP confirms EEA membership compatible with Custom Union 12 June 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
An open letter to Keir Starmer: To avoid a cliff-edge Brexit, back the Lords amendment 8 June 2018 Articles, Brexit, Economics
Template letter to South West MPs re: amendments to the EU Withdrawal Bill 7 June 2018 Brexit, Responses to Qs
New threat to public services from Brexit, warns MEP 6 June 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Green MEPs slam Heathrow expansion as "a sick joke" 5 June 2018 Brexit, Climate change, News, Transport
Breath-taking audacity: The government's absurdist air quality plan is leaving the public's health at risk 5 June 2018 Articles, Brexit, Health
Green MEP to challenge Information Commissioner over ‘doomsday document’ and other Brexit studies 4 June 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Investors require better disclosure of Environmental, Social and Governance risks says Green MEP 30 May 2018 Climate change, Economics, News
European Parliament Takes Important Step to Banish Unsustainable Investments 29 May 2018 Climate change, Economics, News
Green MEP steps up efforts to obtain government’s Brexit impact studies 23 May 2018 Brexit, News
Letter to Information Commisisoner on Brexit impact studies 23 May 2018 Brexit, Letters
'Brexitgate' update May 2018 23 May 2018 Brexit, Responses to Qs
Corbyn should join us and demand a vote on the Brexit deal 22 May 2018 Articles, Brexit
Green MEP condemns 'Not me Gove' 'strategy' for air pollution 22 May 2018 Health, News
Three more ‘Bad Boys of Brexit’ named by Green MEP 18 May 2018 Brexit, News
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - our response 18 May 2018 Human rights, Responses to Qs
Response to massacre of 60 Palestinians by Israeli security forces 18 May 2018 Human rights, Peace building, Responses to Qs
Complaint to BBC over reporting of Vote.EU electoral law breaches 15 May 2018 Brexit, News
Comment on Leave.EU breaching electoral law and being referred to police 11 May 2018 Brexit, News
Molly calls on Bristol West MP to push for continued single market membership 9 May 2018 Brexit, News
Greens propose new visionary approach to food and farming 8 May 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Brexit failing Cornwall, warns MEP as she visits region 8 May 2018 Brexit, Economics, News, SW events
Plymouth one of UK's most polluted cities 2 May 2018 Health, News
Draft response to future of farming consultation 2 May 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, Letters
Cornwall swinging behind remaining in the EU 30 April 2018 Brexit, News
Greens look to EU to block mega-merger between Sainsbury’s and Asda 30 April 2018 Economics, Food and farming, News
MEP welcomes ban on ‘lethal chemicals’ responsible for killing bees 27 April 2018 Food and farming, Health, News
Greens accuse government of incompetence and ignorance over customs union and Brexit 26 April 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Investigation into allegations against Leave campaign have resorted to ‘justice by text’ says Green MEP 26 April 2018 Brexit, News, Political reform
The EU has a chance to lead the world on sustainable finance - it must seize it 24 April 2018 Articles, Climate change, Economics
Greens Show Leadership on Sustainable Finance in European Parliament 24 April 2018 Economics, News
Greens welcome whistleblower Directive which they helped initiate 23 April 2018 Economics, Human rights, News, Political reform
Letter to send to your MP on Commons vote on customs union 20 April 2018 Brexit, Letters
Cross-party group of MEPs warn of complexities of negotiating a trade framework for farmers and food producers post-Brexit 19 April 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Lords vote on UK staying in a customs union after Brexit: Molly responds 18 April 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Did Leave.EU take data from Bristol companies? 17 April 2018 Brexit, News, Political reform
Serious questions for Wetherspoons boss as company calls time on social media accounts 16 April 2018 Brexit, News, Political reform
Brexit could be ‘baaad news’ for South West farmers 12 April 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
One year until our planned departure from the EU - but the mandate for Brexit is no longer valid 29 March 2018 Articles, Brexit
Vote Leave: a tangled web of voter manipulation and dodgy money 26 March 2018 Articles, Brexit, Political reform
An open letter to Mark Zuckerberg: It’s time to give Facebook to its users 22 March 2018 Articles, Economics, Human rights
Green MEP to join Macron and Juncker at key conference on sustainable finance 22 March 2018 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Green MEP challenges legitimacy of EU referendum result 21 March 2018 Brexit, Human rights, News, Political reform
Green MEP to tell rally, it’s OK to change your mind on Brexit 21 March 2018 Brexit, News, SW events
‘The Transition or Broken Promises’, says Green Party Brexit speaker 19 March 2018 Brexit, News
Salisbury’s Three Pro-EU MEPs release joint statement on Russian poison attack 14 March 2018 Health, News, Peace building
European Parliament votes to block ‘tax-haven Britain’ 14 March 2018 Brexit, News, Tax justice
Gibraltar MEP says UK remaining in Single Market is the ‘will of the people’ 13 March 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Green MEP responds to European Parliament resolution on Brexit 13 March 2018 Brexit, News
An update from Molly Scott Cato and Jolyon Maugham QC on their attempts to obtain government Brexit impact studies 13 March 2018 Brexit, Letters
Response to May's 'tough talk' on Salisbury poisoning 12 March 2018 News, Peace building, Political reform, SW events
Greens say false CO2 emission ratings for cars have cost UK €8bn in lost tax revenue 9 March 2018 Climate change, News, Tax justice, Transport
Cross-party letter from 19 MEPs call on government to end hostile language on Brexit 7 March 2018 Brexit, Letters
Cross-party group of MEPs call on government to end hostile language on Brexit 7 March 2018 Brexit, News
High Court refuses to force government’s hand over Brexit impact studies 6 March 2018 Brexit, News
MEP in court action to secure public access to Brexit impact studies 6 March 2018 Brexit, News, Political reform
What does eating meat have to do with extreme weather conditions like this week's snowstorms? Quite a lot, actually 2 March 2018 Articles, Climate change, Food and farming, Health
MEP welcomes report on neonics, confirming they pose a serious danger to bees 1 March 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
New tax committee to tackle unfinished work on tax justice 1 March 2018 Brexit, News, Tax justice
UK accused of protecting tax dodging practices of its overseas territories 28 February 2018 News, Tax justice
Swapping dinner for crisps? There’s a reason Brexit metaphors are all about food 28 February 2018 Articles, Brexit, Food and farming, Trade
Green MEP questions whether Fox’s ‘global Britain’ compatible with meeting Paris climate goals 27 February 2018 Brexit, Climate change, News, Trade
Response to Jeremy Corbyn speech on Brexit 26 February 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Government should stop burning cash on biomass plants and waste incinerators 23 February 2018 Articles, Climate change, Energy, Health, Sustainable forests
Gove, plastic straws and the EU - a response from Molly 23 February 2018 Brexit, Marine conservation, News
Response to David Davis 'global race to the top' speech 20 February 2018 Brexit, News
Plot to ditch EU food and safety standards threatens South West food producers, warns Green MEP 19 February 2018 Brexit, Food and farming, News
MEP releases new report on ‘Britain’s broken housing market’ and explores lessons from other EU Countries 15 February 2018 Economics, News, Political reform
Britain’s broken housing market: lessons we could learn from other EU Countries 15 February 2018 Economics, Political reform, Reports
Green MEP to focus on impacts of Brexit as she visits Plymouth and Exeter 13 February 2018 Brexit, News, SW events
Stonehenge tunnel: destructive and cynical road-widening to accommodate extra traffic when we need to reduce transport emissions, says Green MEP 8 February 2018 Climate change, News, Transport
The secrecy and lies shrouding Brexit are seriously undermining our democracy 7 February 2018 Articles, Brexit
MEP fasts for democracy to mark 100-years since women won the vote 6 February 2018 Human rights, News, Political reform
I launched a website to show how sinister Farage, Rees-Mogg and the ‘Bad Boys of Brexit’ really are 3 February 2018 Articles, Brexit
Response to use of 'fraternal kiss' street art in relation to use of www.badboysofbrexit.com website 2 February 2018 Brexit, Responses to Qs
Molly exposes the unholy alliance of ‘Bad Boys’ behind Brexit 1 February 2018 Brexit, News
New Commission report will help ensure Green means Green and avoid green-washing, says MEP leading on Sustainable Finance in European Parliament 31 January 2018 Economics, News
Greens welcome EU action on UK over toxic air 30 January 2018 Health, News
Response to leak of impact studies and Brexiteer reaction 30 January 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Green MEP calls for VAT on processed and factory farmed meat post-Brexit 29 January 2018 Brexit, Climate change, Food and farming, News
Secret Brexit studies are dynamite - it’s time we all got to see them, says Green MEP 29 January 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Neonics, Brexit and beyond 27 January 2018 Articles, Brexit, Food and farming, Health
The customs union could save Britain. Labour should support staying in 24 January 2018 Articles, Brexit, Economics
Why Green MEPs backed the ban on pulse fishing 19 January 2018 Articles, Food and farming, Marine conservation
Greens welcome investigation into authorisation procedure for glyphosate 18 January 2018 Food and farming, News
Green MEP calls on government to stick with EU VAT regime post-Brexit as EU launches new VAT package 18 January 2018 Brexit, Economics, News, Tax justice
Green MEP welcomes European Parliament backing for ban on pulse fishing 16 January 2018 Food and farming, Marine conservation, News
Theresa May's green half measures fail to reverse her government's dirty policies 12 January 2018 Articles, Climate change, Energy
MEP to tour Honda plant in Swindon and discuss implications of Brexit 11 January 2018 Brexit, Economics, News, SW events
Response to Theresa May's speech on the environment 11 January 2018 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
When it comes to Brexit, the old guard of politics need to realise that their time is up – and that includes Corbyn 11 January 2018 Articles, Brexit, Political reform
MEP says No to increase in pulse rate 10 January 2018 Marine conservation, News
Crashing out of EU disastrous for SW businesses warns MEP as May appoints ‘No Deal minister’ 8 January 2018 Brexit, Economics, News
Gove must end agricultural land being used as a tax haven say Greens 3 January 2018 Food and farming, News
The last year made me fear for our democracy itself — 2018 must be a turning point 2 January 2018 Articles, Brexit, Political reform
Bristol let down by MPs’ failure to back Final Say referendum on Brexit, claims Green MEP 21 December 2017 Brexit, News
Green action leads to investigation of IKEA for €1bn tax dodge 18 December 2017 News, Tax justice
Greens win support for measures to reduce negative impacts of transport 18 December 2017 Climate change, Health, News, Transport
Brexiteers plan to fall back on WTO rules ‘lies in tatters’ 14 December 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Ban single use plastics to safeguard South West seas and coastline, says Green MEP 13 December 2017 Marine conservation, News
Joint statement from South West MEPs on Brexit resolution in European Parliament 13 December 2017 Brexit, News
Strong action plan agreed by European Parliament to tackle tax dodging 13 December 2017 Brexit, News, Tax justice
The Tories’ rebranding won’t wash: being green is about more than fluffy bunnies 13 December 2017 Articles, Climate change, Energy
I’m demanding the release of the hidden Brexit impact assessments in the High Court. Here’s why 12 December 2017 Articles, Brexit
MEPs demand Israel compensates EU taxpayers for costs of bombing 11 December 2017 Human rights, News, Peace building
Brexit ‘breakthrough’: Comment from Molly, Green Party Brexit spokesperson 8 December 2017 Brexit, News
MEP and QC launch judicial review proceedings against government over Brexit sectoral studies 7 December 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Green MEP responds to EU tax-haven blacklist 5 December 2017 News, Tax justice
Why isn’t Russian interference in the Brexit referendum being investigated? 1 December 2017 Articles, Brexit
Failure to end use of toxic herbicide glyphosate 'nothing short of scandalous' 30 November 2017 Articles, Food and farming, Health
UK must clean up its act on tax as a condition of future economic relationship with EU, say Greens in new report 30 November 2017 Brexit, News, Tax justice
Greens call on Theresa May to do the 'morally responsible' thing and stop exporting arms to Saudi Arabia 29 November 2017 Human rights, News, Peace building
Commission and UK government must do more for small farmers 29 November 2017 Food and farming, News
UK should be on EU tax havens blacklist, says Green MEP 28 November 2017 Brexit, News, Tax justice
MEP tells Davis to stop ducking and diving and release Brexit impact studies in full 28 November 2017 Brexit, News
South West MEPs unite to challenge Commission over allegations of Russian influence in referendum campaign 28 November 2017 Brexit, News
South West scores lowest on social mobility and Conservatives are to blame, says Green MEP 28 November 2017 Economics, News, Political reform
The EU referendum campaign and Russian interference 28 November 2017 Brexit, Letters
Green MEP responds to decision on five-year renewal of toxic glyphosate 27 November 2017 Food and farming, News
European Green Party support ratification referendum on final Brexit deal 26 November 2017 Brexit, News
Renewed challenge to South West MPs to reject ‘folly’ of Hinkley, as Commons Committee says deal fails to protect consumers 22 November 2017 Energy, News
CAP not fit for purpose, says new report 21 November 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Putin, the European Union and the undermining of British Democracy 21 November 2017 Articles, Brexit
MEP and QC begin legal proceedings to release Brexit studies 21 November 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Banning neonicotinoids is a good start, but it's not problem solved for farming 21 November 2017 Articles, Brexit, Food and farming
Brexit update October 2017 15 November 2017 Brexit, e-news
Green MEP accuses Nigel Farage of ‘hysterical and reprehensible’ response to accusations that leading Brexiteers are avoiding tax 14 November 2017 News
Why has Michael Gove banned some bee-killing pesticides in the UK but not others? 13 November 2017 Articles, Brexit, Food and farming
Greens call on Commission to reject relicensing of glyphosate, as EU countries fail to agree on controversial weedkiller 9 November 2017 Food and farming, Health, News
The Government must stop this farce and release the Brexit studies in full 9 November 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics
MEP chasing Brexit studies accuses government of 'conspiracy or cock up’ 8 November 2017 Brexit, News
Court action still looms for government to force public disclosure of Brexit impact studies 7 November 2017 Brexit, News
Letters relating to request for government to release Brexit impact studies 7 November 2017 Brexit, Letters
‘Paradise Papers’ confirms UK at centre of world’s most extensive global tax haven network: Green MEP responds 7 November 2017 News, Tax justice
MEP calls on Police and Crime Commissioner to investigate Bristol involvement in alleged illegal spending by Leave.EU campaign 1 November 2017 Brexit, News
Government list ‘50 secret studies’ sectors, but fail to satisfy MEP threatening court action 30 October 2017 Brexit, News
MEP demands Electoral Commission publish findings of investigations into ‘disturbing allegations’ against Leave.EU campaign 30 October 2017 Brexit, News
Letter and petition calling for Theresa May to suspend arms sales to Saudi Arabia 30 October 2017 Human rights, News, Peace building
EU crackdown on UK’s ‘anti-social’ tax avoidance behaviour 26 October 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Tax justice
Statement from Molly Scott Cato on the use of glyphosate in farming in Europe 25 October 2017 Food and farming
‘Green Brexit’ falls at first hurdle says MEP, as UK backs renewal of toxic glyphosate 25 October 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Britain in the dock over ‘Bermuda Hack’ says Panama Papers MEP 25 October 2017 Economics, News, Tax justice
MEP defends South West universities against ‘challenge to academic freedom’ 25 October 2017 Brexit, News
Whistleblowers: European Parliament calls for urgent action to protect those who reveal information in the public interest 24 October 2017 Human rights, News, Political reform, Tax justice
e-news October 2017 22 October 2017 e-news
Panama Papers: UK exposed as one of worst offenders in Europe for complicity in tax avoidance and evasion 19 October 2017 Economics, News, Tax justice
Greens call for ban on toxic glyphosate and say ‘green Brexit’ must include moves towards chemical free farming 19 October 2017 Food and farming, Health, News
Brexit poses an ‘extreme risk’ to Britain’s food security. Don’t ignore the warnings 17 October 2017 Articles, Brexit, Food and farming
Green MEP welcomes parliamentary debate on second referendum 17 October 2017 Brexit, News
Green MEP challenge South West MPs – back a ban on nuclear weapons 17 October 2017 News, Peace building
This is why we’re taking David Davis to court over Brexit 15 October 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics
Wind power is cheaper than nuclear – so can we finally ditch the pro-nuclear ideology? 13 October 2017 Articles, Climate change, Economics, Energy
Threat of court action if government fails to release ‘50 secret studies’ on impacts of Brexit 12 October 2017 Brexit, News
The Brexiteers’ trade fantasies are crashing down around their ears 12 October 2017 Articles, Brexit, Trade
Green MEP urges members to back Stop Brexit position 8 October 2017 Brexit, News
Greens call on MEPs to stand up for public health and block new criteria for ‘endocrine disruptors’ 4 October 2017 Food and farming, Health, News
Green MEP condemns 'deplorable' violence against LGBT community in Azerbaijan 3 October 2017 Equality, Human rights, News
The Labour leadership are wrong. Renationalisation can happen whilst remaining in the EU 27 September 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics
Freedom of Information refusal reveals government hiding #50SecretStudies 26 September 2017 Brexit, Letters
Greens welcome reinstatement of protection for huge Amazon reserve 26 September 2017 Climate change, Human rights, Latin America, News, Sustainable forests
Government running scared of its own Brexit impact studies, says Green MEP 20 September 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
European Parliament vote in favour of arms embargo on Saudi Arabia 13 September 2017 Human rights, News, Peace building, Trade
New report highlighting closures, construction delays, bankruptcies and surge in renewables a further blow to nuclear industry 12 September 2017 Economics, Energy, News
Stonehenge tunnel: cynical attempt by government to sneak through road-widening scheme, says Green MEP 12 September 2017 Climate change, News, Transport
MEP challenges South West MPs to unite against Hinkley and embrace a new ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ 11 September 2017 Economics, Energy, News
As offshore wind becomes much cheaper than nuclear, it’s time to scrap Hinkley, says Green MEP 11 September 2017 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Brexit update September 2017 6 September 2017 Brexit, e-news
Brexit bulletins 6 September 2017 Brexit, News
EU must block imports from Amazon forest reserve, say Green MEPs 5 September 2017 Climate change, Human rights, Latin America, News, Sustainable forests
Letter to Trade Commissioner and Commission President on exploitation of Amazon reserve 5 September 2017 Climate change, Human rights, Latin America, Letters, Trade
'Shocking revelations' on Azerbaijani money laundering and lobbying scandal 5 September 2017 Human rights, News, Tax justice
Green MEP makes freedom of information request for government to release secret Brexit study on NHS 1 September 2017 Brexit, News
MEP welcomes French backing for ban of ‘toxic pesticide’ and challenges Environment Secretary to follow suit 31 August 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Greens Dismayed by extension of ‘ineffective and inhumane’ badger cull 31 August 2017 Food and farming, News
Cost of ‘cliff edge Brexit’ could exceed price of divorce settlement, warns Green MEP 30 August 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
May should reassure Japanese over single market and customs union, not seek ‘disastrous’ new trade deal, says Green MEP 29 August 2017 Brexit, News, Trade
Migration figures show UK perceived as unwelcoming and intolerant since Brexit vote, says Green MEP 24 August 2017 Brexit, Human rights, News
Leaving the customs union could prompt our 'screwdriver operations' manufacturing sector to fall apart 21 August 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics, Trade
Brexit update August 2017 20 August 2017 Brexit, e-news
MEP slams government for hiding over 50 secret studies on impacts of Brexit 11 August 2017 Brexit, Health, News
Home Office mismanagement turned migration into ‘toxic issue’, says MEP 9 August 2017 Brexit, News
Border chaos a wake-up call for travel post-Brexit warns MEP 8 August 2017 Brexit, News, Transport
UK rush to incinerate will undermine recycling says new report 7 August 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
New study reveals negative economic impacts of Brexit on South West towns and cities 3 August 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Labour's push to leave the customs union will decimate British industry 31 July 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics
The EU supports poorer regions. Will the Tories abandon them after Brexit? 31 July 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics
Written question to Commission on EU-Japan trade deal 29 July 2017 Letters, Trade
Brexit update July 2017 25 July 2017 Brexit, e-news
Green MEP welcomes Gove pledge on 'Green Brexit' but says Environment Secretary still in 'special measures' 21 July 2017 Brexit, Climate change, Food and farming, News
MEP calls on South West Labour MPs to back referendum on Brexit deal 20 July 2017 Brexit, News
Listen to Labour members on Single Market and second referendum, Green MEP urges Jeremy Corbyn 18 July 2017 Brexit, News
Ideological obsession with ‘extreme Brexit’ means Government turning a blind eye towards needs of food and farming sector, says MEP 17 July 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Molly slams Tories and Labour for using Brexit ‘as a weapon to fight internal battles’ 17 July 2017 Brexit, News
The single issue dominating Brexit discussions 15 July 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics, Trade
MEP warns of ‘meltdown’ in region’s finance sector jobs post Brexit 12 July 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Revealed: The trade deal you’ve never heard of 11 July 2017 Articles, Trade
Green win in European Parliament on tackling 'planned obsolescence' 5 July 2017 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Brexit is not a good time to be a British bee 4 July 2017 Articles, Brexit, Food and farming, Health
EDF could ‘arm-twist’ higher electricity prices, warns MEP 4 July 2017 Economics, Energy, News
Government must match EU on tax transparency, says Green Party finance speaker as MEPs vote in favour of country-by-country reporting 4 July 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Tax justice
Green MEP challenges Michael Gove to protect bees post-Brexit 30 June 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, Health, News
Update on EU citizenship post-Brexit 29 June 2017 Brexit, Human rights, Responses to Qs
Brexit update June 2017 28 June 2017 Brexit, e-news
MEP demands local authorities reveal emergency plans for Hinkley nuclear incident 28 June 2017 Energy, Health, News
EU-Mexico Free Trade Agreement - an instrument for corporate tax avoidance? 27 June 2017 Economics, Human rights, Reports, Trade
Google fined by European Commission for abuse of power 27 June 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Political reform
Hinkley confirmed as ‘risky and expensive’ by National Audit Office – time to end this charade, says Green MEP 23 June 2017 Economics, Energy, News
EU must tackle aggressive methods of tax advisors and lawyers 21 June 2017 Economics, News, Tax justice
Stay within the Single Market to protect our steel industry says Green MEP 21 June 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Trade
Bees under threat from ‘hard Brexit, anti-red-tape’ Tories, says Green MEP 19 June 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, Health, News
Ending freedom of movement could result in ‘meltdown’ of health care, warns MEP 14 June 2017 Brexit, Economics, Health, News
Green MEP challenges Gove over climate targets 14 June 2017 Brexit, Climate change, News
Greens back calls for EU ban on glyphosate as Monsanto accused of ‘ghost-writing’ research 13 June 2017 Food and farming, Health, News
Trump is waging war on the environment, says Molly 3 June 2017 Brexit, Climate change, News
MEP urges transparency over ECB role in funding climate change 2 June 2017 Climate change, Economics, News
New report reveals role of Luxembourg in resisting EU wide efforts to tackle tax avoidance 29 May 2017 Brexit, News, Tax justice
European Parliament calls on EU countries to relocate refugees as Tory manifesto promises to ‘bear down on immigration’ - Molly responds 18 May 2017 News, Refugees
On International Day Against Homophobia, Green MEP calls for end to persecution in Chechnya and Russia 17 May 2017 Human rights, News, Political reform
Court ruling on trade deal could help prevent Brexit race to the bottom, says MEP 16 May 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Tax justice, Trade
World Press Freedom Day an opportunity to show we stand up for freedom of expression, says Green MEP 4 May 2017 Human rights, News, Political reform
New government must clamp down on ‘landgrabbing’ says Green MEP 2 May 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, Human rights, News
Greens to offer people a chance to remain in EU if Brexit deal fails to deliver 2 May 2017 Brexit, News, Political reform
South West Green MEP: there is an alternative to Tories hard Brexit 27 April 2017 Brexit, News, Political reform, SW events
Green MEP welcomes High Court ruling on air pollution plan 27 April 2017 Health, News, Transport
This election is a step on the road to an Orwellian, post-Brexit future 27 April 2017 Articles, Brexit, Political reform
US corporate tax cut will lead to race to the bottom warns MEP 27 April 2017 Economics, News, Tax justice
We need the government to be straight about what a Hard Brexit really means 26 April 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics
Putting the brakes on action to tackle air pollution ‘outrageous’ says green MEP 25 April 2017 Health, News
Response from Green Party EU speaker to Labour’s position on Brexit 25 April 2017 Brexit, News
Green MEP slams government as it misses two separate air quality deadlines 24 April 2017 Health, News, Transport
Molly raises alarm over science funding post-Brexit 21 April 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, SW events
Greens demand government disclose impact studies of hard Brexit 12 April 2017 Brexit, Economics, Food and farming, News
Studies conducted by HMG on the impact of Brexit 12 April 2017 Brexit, Economics, Food and farming, Letters, Political reform
Worst fears on environment post-Brexit being realised, says Green MEP 10 April 2017 Brexit, Climate change, Economics, News
Roaming charges to become a thing of the past – for those living in EU countries 7 April 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Green MEPs unite to condemn sabre-rattling over Gibraltar 5 April 2017 Brexit, Letters, Peace building
Molly responds to European Parliament resolution on Brexit 5 April 2017 Brexit, News, Political reform
Molly welcomes action on air pollution after #Dieselgate inquiry 4 April 2017 News, Transport
Gibraltar are pawns in Tories Brexit shambles, says MEP 1 April 2017 Brexit, News, Trade
Triggering Article 50 makes for worrying times for Bristol’s businesses, warns MEP 29 March 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Trade
Brexit and Trade: Moving from Globalisation to Self-Reliance 28 March 2017 Brexit, Economics, Political reform, Reports, Trade
EU transparency rules: helping shine a spotlight on tax dodging, but must go further, says MEP 27 March 2017 Economics, News, Tax justice
Microplastics – a sea of waste 24 March 2017 Marine conservation, News
Green MEP slams government over failure to deliver ‘cheap’ renewable energy 23 March 2017 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
MEP warns leaving single market would present serious risks to UK small businesses 21 March 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Trade
What can Britain's greens learn from their resurgent Dutch counterparts? 18 March 2017 Articles, Political reform
MEP challenges government on ‘circular economy’ post-Brexit 14 March 2017 Brexit, Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Greens welcome vote for minimum standards for farmed rabbits 14 March 2017 Food and farming, News
MEP accuses Conservatives of betraying Cornwall over EU replacement funds 10 March 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
‘String vest’ Budget; Brexit has stolen all the clothes, says Green MEP 9 March 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Brexit will hit Leave voters hardest, not ‘metropolitan elite’, new academic study finds 7 March 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Political reform
Lords amendment on Brexit deal: Molly responds 7 March 2017 Brexit, News, Political reform
Minimum standards for the protection of farm rabbits 7 March 2017 Food and farming, Responses to Qs
Brexit ‘swamping’ Defra warn Greens 6 March 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News
MEPs challenge government on post-Brexit investment in clean energy 1 March 2017 Brexit, Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
The South West has the country’s top rated beaches, but MEP warns against ‘watering down’ clean beach standards post-Brexit 24 February 2017 Brexit, Economics, Marine conservation, News
Pellet power shows government prejudice against renewables, says Molly 24 February 2017 Climate change, Energy, News
Ploughing a Lone Furrow: Farming Policy Post Brexit 20 February 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, Reports
Greens launch radical ideas for agriculture post-Brexit in response to ‘no plan’ from government 20 February 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News
The future of British farming outside the EU: a report by The Soil Association 20 February 2017 Brexit, Food and farming
Farming Policy After Brexit: a report by Simon Fairlie 20 February 2017 Brexit, Food and farming
Response to Blair’s Brexit speech 18 February 2017 Brexit, News, Political reform
Brexit Britain should beware the trade policies of Justin Trudeau 16 February 2017 Articles, Brexit, Economics, Food and farming, Trade
Greens accuse Socialists of failure to stand up to corporate power as MEPs vote to support CETA trade deal 15 February 2017 News, Trade
Green MEP shocked at steep rise in hate crime, but welcomes response of ‘tolerant majority’ 15 February 2017 Brexit, Equality, Human rights, News, Political reform
Why Molly will vote against ratifying CETA 13 February 2017 Responses to Qs, Trade
South West environment faces ‘cocktail of risks’ from Brexit, warns Green MEP 13 February 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News, Trade
Green MEP slams Treasury for failure to meet with MEPs investigating tax dodging 10 February 2017 Economics, News, Tax justice
Tax investigators to probe UK authorities over UK’s Overseas Territories 8 February 2017 Economics, News, Political reform, Tax justice
MEP warns of ‘toxic’ legacy for UK if it signs EU-Canada trade deal 7 February 2017 Economics, News, Trade
Response to Brexit Bill vote 1 February 2017 Brexit, News, Political reform
End to EU roaming charges could be short-lived for UK consumers 1 February 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Response to Donald Trump refugee and Muslim bans 31 January 2017 Human rights, Peace building, Refugees, Responses to Qs
Leaving single market would have devastating impact on Exeter, Plymouth and Bristol, says MEP 30 January 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Trade
Hard Brexit will devastate small businesses, says Green MEP 25 January 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Brexit shambles driving foreign students away, says MEP 25 January 2017 Brexit, Economics, Equality, Human rights, News
Tax haven economy already thriving in UK, warn Greens 24 January 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Tax justice
Molly responds to Supreme Court ruling on Article 50 24 January 2017 Brexit, News
Green MEP launches petition to stop race to the bottom on corporate tax 23 January 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Political reform, Tax justice
Single market exit heralds disaster for family farms, warns Green MEP 23 January 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News
Missile test failure shows Trident is redundant, says MEP 23 January 2017 Economics, News, Peace building
Response to Theresa May’s Brexit speech 17 January 2017 Brexit, Economics, News, Political reform
British and German Greens Unite to Oppose Threats from Philip Hammond 16 January 2017 Brexit, Economics, News
Molly welcomes government backing for tidal power 12 January 2017 Climate change, Energy, News
Green MEP condemns EU decision on state aid for Hinkley firm 11 January 2017 Climate change, Energy, News
Green MEP accuses Labour of confused messages on freedom of movement 10 January 2017 Economics, Equality, Human rights, News, Political reform
MEPs seek European Commission challenge to proposed Sky takeover 6 January 2017 News, Political reform
Defra Secretary is environmentally irresponsible and lacks post-Brexit farming plan, says MEP 4 January 2017 Brexit, Food and farming, News, Political reform
Molly responds to resignation of Sir Ivan Rogers, British ambassador to the EU 4 January 2017 Brexit, News
European Central Bank: fossil fuel assets and investments 18 December 2016 Climate change, Economics, Letters
Greens condemn ‘privileged male elite’ contest for European Parliament President 14 December 2016 News, Political reform
MEP supports new legal action against Hinkley 12 December 2016 Climate change, Energy, News
Austria’s quiet Green victory, trading in the politics of hope not fear 8 December 2016 Articles, Peace building, Political reform
Response to the idea of 'associate citizenship' of the EU 8 December 2016 Brexit, Political reform, Responses to Qs
Zara exposed for tax shopping 8 December 2016 Economics, News
MEP calls on Great Western Railway bosses to face the public 7 December 2016 News, Transport
MEP throws down fracking challenge to region’s politicians 5 December 2016 Climate change, Energy, News
Greens secure vote to end revolving door 2 December 2016 News, Political reform
New EU energy package lacks vision, but UK government threatens new dark age, say Greens 1 December 2016 Climate change, Energy, News
Green MEP wins new VAT threshold for micro-businesses and start-ups 30 November 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice, Trade
e-news November 2016 30 November 2016 e-news
Mainstream Politicians Guilty of Doublespeak on Climate Change, say Greens 29 November 2016 Climate change, Economics, News
Greens win binding rules on stemming trade in conflict minerals 25 November 2016 Human rights, News, Peace building, Trade
Autumn Statement: We can’t promise the earth then take steps to destroy it 24 November 2016 Articles, Climate change, Economics
Flooding Is Climate Change In Action - We Need To Work With Nature To Mitigate Its Impacts 24 November 2016 Articles, Climate change, Economics
Britain in danger of becoming dirty man of Europe again, says MEP, as UK government block ambitious air quality targets 23 November 2016 Health, News, Transport
Greens demand ‘toxic trade deal’ be examined by European Court of Justice 22 November 2016 News, Trade
MEP demands autumn statement includes investment in flood defences 22 November 2016 Climate change, Economics, Health, News
Unsustainable consumption of animal-based food 16 November 2016 Climate change, Food and farming, Letters
Devonport: From Trident jobs to green employment 16 November 2016 Climate change, Economics, Energy, Health, Peace building, Reports
Why I’ll be wearing both a red and a white poppy when I commemorate Remembrance Sunday this year 14 November 2016 Articles, Peace building
MEP demands Cornwall retain renewable energy investment post-Brexit 8 November 2016 Brexit, Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Greens uncover new tax scandal involving chemicals giant BASF 8 November 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
Green MEP to ‘blow trident jobs myth clean out of the water’ with new report 7 November 2016 Climate change, Economics, News, Peace building, SW events
Corbyn should follow Wallonia's lead and stand up against CETA 28 October 2016 Articles, Trade
Westcountry welcomes mining but we should shun fracking 27 October 2016 Articles, Climate change, Economics, Energy
If we must have a 'hard Brexit', let's at least make it low-carbon 27 October 2016 Articles, Economics, Trade
UK at crossroads on tackling tax avoidance, says Green MEP 26 October 2016 Economics, News, Political reform, Tax justice
Greens slam Labour MEPs for ‘dash for gas’ vote 25 October 2016 Climate change, Energy, News
People power is ending TTIP and other unpopular EU free-trade deals 20 October 2016 Articles, Trade
MEP says South West is not for shale in response to government ‘bribe’ 19 October 2016 Climate change, Energy, Health, News
‘Vacuous’ government reassurance to British farmers, says Green MEP 18 October 2016 Climate change, Food and farming, News, Trade
Kill off pesticides not biodiversity, say Green MEPs 10 October 2016 Food and farming, News
Fracking is the fossil-fuel dinosaur of yesteryear: reject the bankers and go for green energy and people’s finance 9 October 2016 Articles, Climate change, Economics, Energy
Rejection of GMOs in European Parliament welcomed by Greens 7 October 2016 Food and farming, News
Response to green light for fracking 6 October 2016 Climate change, Energy, Health, News
Green MEP Molly Scott Cato on ‘hard Brexit’ 6 October 2016 Articles, Economics
Fake Transparency: The Trend Towards ‘Secure Reading Rooms’ 30 September 2016 Articles, Equality, Food and farming, Health
e-news September 2016 30 September 2016 e-news
Molly responds to 'Hinkley handshake' 29 September 2016 Economics, Energy, News
Green MEP joins calls for radical farming reforms 29 September 2016 Climate change, Food and farming, News, Political reform
Greens Launch EUleaks Secure Platform for Whistle-blowers 27 September 2016 News, Political reform
Britain's post-Brexit future should be tax haven-free 26 September 2016 Articles, Economics, Tax justice
Do we really want post-Brexit Britain to be the world’s biggest tax haven? 26 September 2016 Articles, Economics, Political reform
Letter to Neven Mimica on prioritising WASH in the current development policy review 22 September 2016 Equality, Health, Letters
Hinkley: A serious review would never have given this white elephant the go-ahead 19 September 2016 Articles, Economics, Energy
Molly responds to Hinkley announcement 15 September 2016 Economics, Energy, News
Soft Brexit-hard Brexit: where should green business stand? 14 September 2016 Articles, Brexit, Climate change, Economics, Energy
Green MEPs: Agricultural support post-Brexit must focus on transition away from intensive farming 14 September 2016 Climate change, Food and farming, News
See off CETA trade deal to save regional food producers, urges MEP 13 September 2016 News, Trade
Switch the stick, says Bristol MEP 12 September 2016 Marine conservation, News
MPs are being turfed out of Parliament – let’s hope they’re not allowed back in 12 September 2016 Articles, Political reform
MEP demands EU Commission investigation into Sellafield safety scares 8 September 2016 Energy, Health, News
Trump-esque wall against refugees is another wrong move, say Green MEPs 7 September 2016 Human rights, News, Peace building, Refugees
MEPs urge EU to act against ‘corruption tainted’ Brazilian Senate following ‘parliamentary coup’ against President Roussef 7 September 2016 Latin America, Letters
Overuse of antibiotics in farming is creating deadly drug resistance, warns MEP 5 September 2016 Food and farming, News
Progressive alliances could be a game changer for the Greens and the country 4 September 2016 Articles, Political reform
May must tell Chinese Premier Hinkley is dead, says Green MEP 3 September 2016 Energy, News
Give me faceless EU bureaucrats over the Tories and their corporate cronies 1 September 2016 Articles, Economics
Green MEP welcomes collapse of ‘dodgy’ US-EU trade deal 1 September 2016 News, Trade
MEP condemns badger cull extension as ‘mass cruelty supported by bad science’ 30 August 2016 Food and farming, News
MEP says Plan B for energy now a ‘national emergency’ 25 August 2016 Economics, Energy, News
The UK is now a sporting superpower – what can our politicians learn from Team GB? 21 August 2016 Articles, Political reform
Beware Brexiteers praising Singapore - the EU can no longer protect us from corporate power 10 August 2016 Articles, Brexit, Economics, Human rights
MEP calls on South West constituents to oppose Hinkley in favour of ‘renewable energy revolution’ 9 August 2016 Economics, Energy, News
If a week is a long time in politics, let's hope several weeks is enough time for an energy revolution 6 August 2016 Articles, Climate change, Economics, Energy
MEP warns green light for Hinkley will lead to higher energy prices, fewer jobs and blackouts 28 July 2016 Economics, Energy, News
What next for UK following Brexit? Green MEP to discuss ‘Nexit’ at public meeting in Plymouth 19 July 2016 News, Political reform, SW events
MEPs raises alarm about UK ‘joining front of the queue on dodgy trade deals’ 19 July 2016 News, Political reform, Trade
New report shows scrapping Trident would be good for jobs 15 July 2016 Economics, Energy, News, Peace building
All change at the top, but ‘failure to learn from mistakes of the past’ on Hinkley 14 July 2016 Economics, Energy, News
As new report shows HSBC ‘too big to jail’, MEP warns UK could become a leading tax haven following Brexit 13 July 2016 Economics, News
Let’s ensure Brexit is a participatory process 12 July 2016 Brexit, Human rights, Letters, Political reform
Letter on worrying increase in hate crime 12 July 2016 Equality, Human rights, Letters, Peace building
MEP highlights Tory hypocrisy on worker and shareholder representation 12 July 2016 Economics, Equality, Human rights, News
MEP calls for general election following ‘coronation’ of a new Conservative prime minister 12 July 2016 News, Political reform
MEP warns Brexit signals U-turn on tackling tax avoidance 7 July 2016 Economics, News
South West deserves an apology, says MEP following release of Chilcot report 6 July 2016 News, Peace building
MEP calls on communities to stand together against racism and defend democracy as hate crime soars in South West 6 July 2016 Brexit, Human rights, News, Political reform
Hinkley: Post-Brexit Plan B needed, says Green MEP 4 July 2016 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Brexit - where do we go from here? 30 June 2016 News, Political reform
Radical politicians must respond to Britain’s cry of pain 29 June 2016 Articles, Political reform
Fears as ‘divisive’ Letwin takes helm to steer Brexit negotiations 28 June 2016 News, Peace building, Political reform
South West Green MEP responds to Leave vote 24 June 2016 News, Political reform
Green MEP’s push to get out the remain vote 22 June 2016 News, Political reform, SW events
Challenge to Commission on rights for asylum seekers 21 June 2016 Human rights, News, Peace building, Refugees
EU funds benefiting Somerset 21 June 2016 Economics, News, SW events
e-news 16th June 2016 20 June 2016 e-news
Small is Beautiful but Big Matters Too 20 June 2016 Articles, Economics, Peace building, Political reform
Brexit and the art of the possible 16 June 2016 Articles, Economics, Political reform
Molly dismisses Brexit EU funds claim 14 June 2016 Climate change, Economics, News, Political reform
Brexiters’ faux-populism is a sham. They don’t want to ‘take power back from the elites’ 10 June 2016 Articles, Political reform
Molly appointed to Panama papers parliamentary inquiry, demands George Osborne attends 9 June 2016 Economics, News, Political reform
Green MEP slams Boris and the half-baked Leave campaign after Cornish Pasty Association backs Remain 9 June 2016 Food and farming, News
MEPs support Green-led critique of corporate-hijacked Africa agriculture initiative 7 June 2016 Equality, Food and farming, Health, Human rights, News
Green MEPs secures parliamentary inquiry into Panama Papers 1 June 2016 Economics, News, Trade
Lack of transparency for nuclear waste plan at Hinkley Point C claims Green MEP 1 June 2016 Energy, News
EU targets contribute to protecting river in Marlborough 1 June 2016 SW events
Let’s not walk away from an energy transition, say Green MEPs 26 May 2016 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
The frackers are coming, MEP warns South West residents 24 May 2016 Climate change, Energy, Health, News
Leaving EU threatens ‘iconic’ conservation sites, warns MEP 23 May 2016 Climate change, Marine conservation, News, Political reform
Molly peed off with glyphosate test 22 May 2016 e-news
Reapproval of glyphosate postponed again as EU nations fail to agree 20 May 2016 Food and farming, Health, News
European Latin American cooperation in Lisbon 18 May 2016 Latin America, News
Molly blasts Fisheries minister over his fishy case for Brexit 17 May 2016 Food and farming, Marine conservation, News
Green Party MEPs peed off with glyphosate test results 13 May 2016 Food and farming, Health, News
Greens challenge government to use new data to clamp down on tax avoidance 11 May 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
Molly responds to Anti-Corruption Summit 11 May 2016 Economics, News
Boris Bus moves through Devon and Cornwall 11 May 2016 News, Political reform, SW events
Green MEP visits Bournemouth to highlight detrimental impact of Brexit on language schools in Dorset 11 May 2016 News, SW events
The EU, not Nato, has brought peace to our continent 9 May 2016 Articles, Peace building
We need a shift in our steely approach to Europe 8 May 2016 Articles, Political reform, Trade
Molly condemns UK government cuts to Cornish language funding 6 May 2016 Equality, News
Greens worst fears confirmed by leaked TTIP papers 2 May 2016 News, Trade
Response on microplastics 29 April 2016 Marine conservation, Responses to Qs
e-news 21st April 2016 28 April 2016 e-news
Brexit and TTIP: a response to constituents 27 April 2016 Responses to Qs, Trade
MEP calls for end to investment in incineration schemes 27 April 2016 Climate change, Energy, Health, News
State aid challenge to Hinkley 22 April 2016 Economics, Energy, News
MEP hails European Parliamentary inquiry into Panama papers as Green success 14 April 2016 Economics, News
We mustn't let the personal divert us from the political says MEP as Commission proposes new tax transparency measure 12 April 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
Exchange meeting with German and European Greens 7 April 2016 SW events
Panama Papers reveal UK at heart of facilitating tax avoidance 4 April 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
e-news 21st March 2016 28 March 2016 e-news
Pull the plug on Hinkley, urges South West MEP 23 March 2016 Economics, Energy, News
Local food producers showcase their products in Brussels 21 March 2016 Food and farming, News, SW events
Molly launches regional ‘Greener In’ campaign in Bristol 18 March 2016 News, Political reform, SW events
Molly responds to EDF demand for French government cash to proceed with Hinkley 12 March 2016 Economics, Energy, News
Rescue plan for Hinkley could be against state aid rules, says MEP 10 March 2016 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
VAT is a feminist issue 8 March 2016 Articles, Equality, Health
Silence on Hinkley speaks volumes 7 March 2016 Articles, Economics, Energy
Greens to challenge government energy policy for breaching EU rules on a fair and competitive market 26 February 2016 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Renewable energy: a study of the government's recent performance 26 February 2016 Energy, Reports
Greens call for arms embargo against Saudi Arabia 24 February 2016 Human rights, News, Peace building
Response to calls for arms embargo on Saudi Arabia 24 February 2016 Peace building, Responses to Qs
Energy sector and Greens agree: it’s time for an energy transition 23 February 2016 Energy, News
EU can help lead pension funds in a more ethical direction, say Greens 22 February 2016 Economics, News, Political reform
Statement from Molly following announcement of EU referendum 20 February 2016 News, Political reform
Greens say another Europe is possible 18 February 2016 News, Political reform
Call for Plan B in wake of Hinkley meltdown 16 February 2016 Economics, Energy, News
Greens unpack IKEA tax dodge scam 12 February 2016 Economics, News
Another Europe is possible, Green MEP will tell public meeting in Exeter 10 February 2016 News, Political reform, SW events
Green MEP demands clarity over Conservative tax policy 9 February 2016 Economics, News
Only Greens say the South West is Not for Shale 5 February 2016 Climate change, Energy, Health, News
Carmakers granted a licence to pollute, say Green MEPs after European Parliament vote 3 February 2016 Climate change, Health, News, Transport
Molly responds to Tusk letter on UK-EU settlement 2 February 2016 News, Political reform
MEP accuses Osborne of pretence on anti-tax avoidance measures 2 February 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
A Tax Package to Keep Us One Step Ahead of Google 29 January 2016 Articles, Economics, Tax justice
New blow for government and Google as MEPs request Commission investigation into tax deal 29 January 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
Hinkley nuclear investment decision: MEP says EDF faces meltdown 26 January 2016 Energy, News
Google's deal with the government shows where power really lies 26 January 2016 Articles, Economics
Response to New Alliance for Food Security and Nutrition (NAFSN) initiative 25 January 2016 Equality, Food and farming, Human rights, Responses to Qs
e-news 23rd January 2016 25 January 2016 e-news
Molly comments on Google tax payment 23 January 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
Green MEP to join shadow chancellor at ‘alternatives to austerity’ conference 20 January 2016 Economics, News
As Green Capital year comes to an end Molly checks out some of Bristol’s green initiatives 19 January 2016 News, Refugees, SW events
Molly welcomes new Marine Conservation Zones but challenges government to do more than ‘performance politics’ on the environment 18 January 2016 Marine conservation, News
South West agriculture faces devastation if new trade deal is agreed 18 January 2016 Food and farming, News, Trade
South West Green MEP speaks out against Trident nuclear waste ‘dump’ in Plymouth 15 January 2016 News, Peace building, SW events
Compassion is the only response says MEP as she visits Bristol Refugee Centre 13 January 2016 News, Peace building, Refugees, SW events
Response to European migration crisis 13 January 2016 Equality, Letters, Peace building, Refugees
Green MEP to challenge Tusk over Cameron’s EU renegotiations 12 January 2016 News, Political reform
Ireland’s increased tax receipts ‘a reward for bad practice’ say Greens 11 January 2016 Economics, News, Tax justice
Molly Scott Cato MEP welcomes new Rural Manifesto 6 January 2016 Climate change, Energy, Food and farming, News
Molly Scott Cato issues New Year challenge for MEPs to be open and transparent about contacts with lobbyists 5 January 2016 News, Political reform
Business more of less as usual for bankers 1 January 2016 Economics, Letters
e-news 18th December 2015 20 December 2015 e-news
Greens win support for new measures to tackle tax avoidance 16 December 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
MEP says fracking U-turn hugely costly for South West and incompatible with climate commitments 16 December 2015 Climate change, Energy, Health, News
Cameron’s renegotiation offers a nightmare not a vision, says MEP 16 December 2015 News, Political reform
Our addiction to oil means that climate change and conflict in the Middle East now go hand-in-hand 15 December 2015 Articles, Climate change, Energy, Peace building
Green Party Leader and MEP visit Somerset Levels to see how County is building resilience against future floods 14 December 2015 Climate change, SW events
Molly Scott Cato MEP welcomes 'groundbreaking' Paris Agreement on climate 13 December 2015 Climate change, News
TTIP is a disaster for the Left. But Brexit would be worse 11 December 2015 Articles, Trade
Greens slam Tories over rejection of ‘tiny tax for big change’ 9 December 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
MEP welcomes support for Green proposals on use of antibiotics in farming 8 December 2015 Food and farming, Health, News
COP21 needs to tackle the cow in the room 4 December 2015 Articles, Climate change, Food and farming, Health
Green MEPs criticise lack of ambition in Commission’s new ‘Circular Economy’ package 3 December 2015 Economics, Energy, News
e-news 1st December 2015 3 December 2015 e-news
Where There's a Will There's a Way 1 December 2015 Articles, Climate change, Economics, Energy
MEP heads to Paris to warn of dangers of ‘privatising the climate’ 26 November 2015 Climate change, Economics, News
Disastrous Spending Review further undermines economy and environment of South West, says Green MEP 25 November 2015 Economics, Energy, News
MEPs battle against increasing risk from hormone-disrupting chemicals 25 November 2015 Health, News
For sake of South West; for the sake of the planet, leaders must reach climate deal says Green MEP 20 November 2015 Climate change, News
Greens warn Rudd of environmental and health threats from fracking and dash for gas 18 November 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
MEP condemns government over tax office cuts 16 November 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
MEP welcomes political support for special tax committee and challenges UK government to cooperate 16 November 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
Response to concerns over fracking 16 November 2015 Climate change, Energy, Responses to Qs
MEP challenges European Central Bank to plan for Carbon Bubble 12 November 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Green MEPs challenge Commission over UK’s energy policies following ‘Ruddgate’ 10 November 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
Green MEP lambasts Energy Secretary for misleading Parliament over renewables targets 9 November 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
A year on, Europe's tax affairs are still a mystery 8 November 2015 Articles, Economics, Political reform, Tax justice
Green MEP to join the ‘fight of the century' 6 November 2015 Climate change, News
The search is on to find the South West’s favourite local products 5 November 2015 Food and farming, News, SW events
Molly Scott Cato issues apology over salary error 31 October 2015 News
Greens say Tories siding with agri-business as they seek to block emissions targets 28 October 2015 Climate change, Food and farming, News
Greens accuse Labour of helping to kill the freedom of the Internet 27 October 2015 Equality, News
Green MEP to present tax report to European Parliament and call for tax rulings to be made public 26 October 2015 Economics, Equality, News, Political reform, Tax justice
Response on Torture Trade Regulation 26 October 2015 Peace building, Responses to Qs
Response on bullfighting 26 October 2015 Food and farming, Responses to Qs
Response to questions on net neutrality (update October 2015) 26 October 2015 Equality, Responses to Qs
e-news 23rd October 2015 25 October 2015 e-news
MEP pledges to continue fight against Hinkley as agreement on Chinese financial deal is reached 22 October 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Controlling Carbon 21 October 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, Reports
MEP launches new report on Controlling Carbon in run-up to Paris climate talks 21 October 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Green MEP slams government over proposed changes to solar subsidies 15 October 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
Greens welcome Commission U-turn on VAT exemptions for digital micro-businesses 14 October 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice, Trade
South West tops poll for most jobs paid less than living wage 13 October 2015 Economics, Energy, Equality, News
Exeter can be powered by renewable energy alone, Green MEP will say 12 October 2015 Climate change, Energy, News, SW events
Greens demand European Commission Fraud Investigation into vehicle emissions 8 October 2015 Climate change, Health, News, Transport
Investors refusing to take impending ‘Carbon Bubble’ seriously warns MEP 7 October 2015 Economics, News
Molly uses visits to highlight importance of water quality and renewable energy 7 October 2015 Energy, Health, News, SW events
Vice President of French Assembly to visit Hinkley to highlight ‘triple risks’ of nuclear 6 October 2015 Economics, Energy, News
Socialism comes home to the UK - courtesy of Chancellor Osborne 3 October 2015 Articles, Economics, Energy
Capital Markets Union must defend the weak against the strong, argue Greens 30 September 2015 Economics, News
e-news 26th September 2015 28 September 2015 e-news
Greens accuse government of hypocrisy over response to VW emissions scandal 23 September 2015 Health, News, Transport
New Tory spin on Hinkley shows ideological pro-nuclear, anti-renewables obsession, says Molly Scott Cato 21 September 2015 Economics, Energy, News
Call for corporate lobbyists to be barred from European Parliament 17 September 2015 Economics, News
Molly helps to launch European Mobility Week 16 September 2015 Climate change, Health, News, Transport
The Carbon Bubble: Europe’s next financial crisis? 15 September 2015 Climate change, Economics, SW events
e-news 11th September 2015 14 September 2015 e-news
Molly Scott Cato MEP responds to election of Jeremy Corbyn 13 September 2015 Economics, News, Political reform
Letter to David Cameron: refugee crisis 11 September 2015 Letters, Peace building, Refugees
Navitus Bay blocked: another example of ideological obsession against renewables, says MEP 11 September 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
Greens slam Tories for refusing to back universal right to water 9 September 2015 Equality, Health, News
Greens call for comprehensive ban on cloning 7 September 2015 Food and farming, Health, News
Regarding a ban on allowing cloned animals into the food chain 7 September 2015 Food and farming, Responses to Qs
Our treatment of today's refugees harks back to Europe's darkest hour 1 September 2015 Articles, Equality, Peace building, Refugees
Molly helps to launch Exeter Pound 30 August 2015 Economics, News, SW events
Molly backs day of action against TTIP trade deal 22 August 2015 News, SW events, Trade
Comment: The Greens would welcome a coalition with Jeremy Corbyn 17 August 2015 Articles, Political reform
Green MEP warns of ‘mega-dairies’ in wake of milk price drop 11 August 2015 Economics, Food and farming, News
Dorset Constituency Week – July 2015 10 August 2015 SW events
Good supply chain management isn't just about profits 10 August 2015 Articles, Economics, Peace building, Trade
e-news 24th July 2015 26 July 2015 e-news
The Euro has become a prison. There needs to be a way out 25 July 2015 Articles, Economics
MEP to use EU competition law to challenge ‘assault’ on renewables industry 24 July 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
MEP challenges Energy Secretary over attacks on renewable industry 22 July 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
Taking the transformation to Glastonbury 21 July 2015 Climate change, Energy, SW events
This is not genuine devolution, says MEP on new powers for Cornwall 17 July 2015 Economics, News, Political reform
MEP calls for improved accessibility for disabled tourists visiting South West 16 July 2015 Equality, News
Green MEP says no to UK bailout for Greece but yes to debt write-off 15 July 2015 Economics, News, Political reform
Statement from Molly on latest bailout offer to Greece 13 July 2015 Economics, News, Political reform
e-news 10th July 2015 12 July 2015 e-news
Evidence of profit shifting by banks shows why we need country-by-country reporting, say Greens 8 July 2015 Economics, News
MEP challenges West Country MPs to support small scale cider producers 7 July 2015 Economics, Food and farming, News
Green MEP warns European Parliament that TTIP will allow corporations to control more of our economy 7 July 2015 News, Trade
MEP takes the panoramic view on copyright legislation 7 July 2015 News, Political reform
Greens welcome Oxi Greek referendum result 5 July 2015 News, Political reform
Greens want EU competition law to challenge Hinkley 3 July 2015 Energy, News
Suggestion of 'technocratic government' for Greece alarming and inappropriate, says MEP 3 July 2015 News, Political reform
Letter to Commission: UK grid capacity 2 July 2015 Energy, Letters
Letter to Independent: Greek crisis 1 July 2015 Economics, Letters, Political reform
Greek crisis reveals Eurozone as 'neoliberal disciplining device' says economist MEP 30 June 2015 Economics, News, Political reform
e-news 26th June 2015 28 June 2015 e-news
From Stroud to Brussels to Glastonbury: Green MEP completes first year 26 June 2015 News, SW events
‘Ideological obsession against wind power’ stands in way of Navitus Bay wind farm, says MEP 24 June 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
Green MEP accuses government of ‘ideological obsession against wind power’ 23 June 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
MEP presses EU Commission for lower VAT rate to help address fuel poverty 23 June 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Molly visits ‘inspirational’ Wiltshire Wildlife Trust projects 22 June 2015 Energy, SW events
If this is the moral case on climate change, our government is deeply immoral, says MEP 18 June 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
Walmart tax avoidance revelations show we need firm action, say Greens 18 June 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
Special tax committee delegation to investigate 'tax haven UK' 16 June 2015 Economics, News, Political reform, Tax justice
Green MEP to ‘reclaim quantitative easing for the common good’ 15 June 2015 Climate change, Economics, News
Green Money: Reclaiming Quantitative Easing 15 June 2015 Climate change, Economics, Reports
e-news 12th June 2015 14 June 2015 e-news
Letter to Guardian: Transatlantic trade deal threatens democracy 10 June 2015 Letters, Trade
European Parliament TTIP vote cancelled because of "huge public pressure” say Green MEPs 9 June 2015 News, Trade
End of fossil fuel era heralds renewables revolution says South West MEP 9 June 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Letter to constituents on TTIP vote and ISDS mechanism 5 June 2015 Responses to Qs, Trade
TTIP: five short films from the Greens making clear why we should be concerned 5 June 2015 News, Trade
Saudi Arabia: an unlikely ally in the march towards renewable energy 5 June 2015 Articles, Climate change, Economics, Energy
Business lobby email shows why TTIP is a corporate charter, say Greens 4 June 2015 News, Trade
Europe now listening to Green's warnings of 'carbon bubble' 3 June 2015 Economics, Energy, News
e-news 1st June 2015 3 June 2015 e-news
Corporations running scared of tax whistle-blower and MEPs, say Greens 1 June 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
The EU promises 'Better Regulation’ - but better for whom? 30 May 2015 Articles, Economics, Political reform
‘Better Regulation’ in whose interest, ask Greens 21 May 2015 Economics, News, Political reform
Letter to Commission on 'Better Regulation' agenda 21 May 2015 Letters, Political reform
Letter to Guardian on EU from leading Green politicians 21 May 2015 Climate change, Economics, Letters, Political reform, Trade
Greens secure European Parliament vote to end use of conflict minerals 20 May 2015 News, Peace building, Trade
Greens call for compassion in migration debate 20 May 2015 Equality, News, Peace building, Refugees
European nature protection laws under threat claim Greens 19 May 2015 News, Political reform
If I became chancellor, I’d swap that red box for a green one 19 May 2015 Articles, Economics, Tax justice
Greens welcome new Watchdog to help safeguard EU social and environmental legislation 18 May 2015 News, Political reform
e-news 15th May 2015 15 May 2015 e-news
VAT debacle shows main Parties are anything but business friendly, says MEP 12 May 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
This is what firm action on tax avoidance looks like, says MEP 7 May 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
Wave power funding shows what Europe and renewables can do for Cornwall, says MEP 7 May 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Green MEP welcomes movement from Commission on VAT relief for micro businesses 6 May 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
Correspondence with UK government on EU VAT rules 2 May 2015 Economics, Letters, Tax justice
e-news 1st May 2015 1 May 2015 e-news
GMO authorisations an affront to growers and consumers say Greens 30 April 2015 Food and farming, News
Letter to Commission on VAT exemption for small businesses 30 April 2015 Economics, Letters, Tax justice
Letter to Commission on Sustainable Food Systems 29 April 2015 Climate change, Food and farming, Letters
Greens welcome Commission's support for €100,000 VAT exemption threshold for micro businesses 28 April 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
Greens launch renewables report to 'slay nuclear and fossil fuel dragons' 23 April 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, News
Cutting tax administration staff is government collusion in tax avoidance, says MEP 20 April 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
The Power to Transform the South West – new report demonstrates region could be powered by 100% renewable energy 20 April 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
e-news 17th April 2015 20 April 2015 e-news
MEP says TTIP negotiations are a ‘stitch-up’ 17 April 2015 News, Trade
The Power to Transform the South West 17 April 2015 Climate change, Energy, Reports
Simplification of CAP must not dilute green measures, says MEP 16 April 2015 Food and farming, News
Never mind the oil – bringing Texas to Surrey would spell disaster 14 April 2015 Articles, Economics, Energy
Letter to Commission on tax law 8 April 2015 Economics, Letters, Tax justice
Ending EU milk quota system a threat and an opportunity for small scale dairy farmers, say Greens 30 March 2015 Food and farming, News
e-news 27th March 2015 30 March 2015 e-news
MEPs challenge Commission over ‘inhumane’ pig slaughter 30 March 2015 Food and farming, News
Letter to Commission on simplifying the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) 30 March 2015 Food and farming, Letters
Earth Day everyday! 27 March 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
MEP critical of European Parliament’s motion on tax 25 March 2015 Economics, News, Tax justice
Letter to Commission on lack of humane stunning and slaughter method for pigs 24 March 2015 Food and farming, Letters
Grid restrictions prove chilling effect of Hinkley C on renewables industry, say Greens 23 March 2015 Energy, News
MEP calls for Studland Bay to become a Marine Conservation Zone 16 March 2015 Marine conservation, News
e-news 13th March 2015 13 March 2015 e-news
South West MEP stands up for small scale cider producers 13 March 2015 Food and farming, News
Letter to Commission re: excise duty exemption for small scale producers of cider 13 March 2015 Food and farming, Letters, Tax justice
Greens welcome boost for biodiversity as flawed seeds proposal withdrawn 13 March 2015 Food and farming, News
From Fukushima to Hinkley: Conference dismantling the nuclear argument for a sustainable energy future 12 March 2015 Climate change, Economics, Energy, SW events
Greens insist EU must reopen Hinkley decision 11 March 2015 Energy, News
Letter to Commissioner Vestager re: Hinkley 11 March 2015 Energy, Letters
MEP demands skilled staff make mental health assessments 11 March 2015 Health, News, SW events
European Greens protect consumers from high credit card fees 11 March 2015 Economics, News
Greens to refer back Hinkley decision to the EU Commission 5 March 2015 Economics, Energy, News
Conference to dismantle case for nuclear 3 March 2015 Economics, Energy, News
e-news 27th February 2015 27 February 2015 e-news
Green MEP calls for TTIP amendments to protect South West food producers 27 February 2015 News, Trade
GM crops to be forced on British public say Greens 26 February 2015 Food and farming, News
Molly Scott Cato hits out at new EU rules on sensitive money market funds 26 February 2015 Economics, News
Green nuclear conference will ‘dismantle’ Hinkley 23 February 2015 Climate change, Energy, News
e-news 13th February 2015 13 February 2015 e-news
UK Green MEP to join special committee investigating European tax avoidance 12 February 2015 Economics, News
Greens warn ‘carbon bubble’ could be the next financial crisis 12 February 2015 Economics, Energy, News
Green MEP Accuses UK Commissioner of Muddying Waters over Tax Transparency 11 February 2015 Economics, News
TTIP: the next round to the campaigners 6 February 2015 Articles, Trade
I’ve seen the secrets of TTIP, and it is built for corporations not citizens 4 February 2015 Articles, Trade
Comment: The knives are out for the Green party 4 February 2015 Articles, Economics, Political reform
Green Party now a major political player, argues South West MEP 3 February 2015 News, Political reform
Response to Ofcom on 'major Parties' 3 February 2015 Letters, Political reform
Green MEPs to welcome trade campaigners to Brussels 3 February 2015 News, Trade
Green finance expert throws down challenge to Osborne over tax avoidance 2 February 2015 Economics, News
Give devolved powers to the West 2 February 2015 Economics, Letters, Transport
Response to local air quality management (LAQM) 1 February 2015 Health, Reports
e-news 30th January 2015 30 January 2015 e-news
Green MEP praises legal action in support of small fishing enterprises 30 January 2015 Food and farming, Marine conservation, News
Greens portrayed as anti-austerity Party in Greek election coverage 29 January 2015 Economics, News, Political reform
MEP pours cold water on Osborne’s promises 27 January 2015 Economics, News, Transport
Letter to Commission on live exports to third countries 22 January 2015 Food and farming, Letters, Trade
QE must be used to boost green economy, says economist MEP 22 January 2015 Economics, News
South West MEP welcomes legal challenge to Hinkley C 21 January 2015 Energy, News
MEP says Trident debate offers hope for South West 20 January 2015 News, Peace building
e-news 16th January 2015 16 January 2015 e-news
Green MEPs succeed in forcing parliamentary inquiry into Lux Leaks 15 January 2015 Economics, News
Green MEP warns of floodgates opening on GM 13 January 2015 Food and farming, News
MEP calls on Labour to back robust interrogation into Lux Leaks 12 January 2015 Economics, News
Charlie Hebdo 12 January 2015 Letters, Peace building
Joy of Tax 11 January 2015 Articles, Economics, Tax justice
Threat to Cornish pasty just TTIP of the iceberg warns MEP 6 January 2015 Food and farming, News, Trade
MEP challenges ministers to take responsibility for railway chaos 3 January 2015 News, Transport
MEP calls for Europe-wide VAT exemption for micro-businesses in wake of new tax rules 1 January 2015 Economics, News
We’re working hard for the Common Good in Europe, say Greens 22 December 2014 News
Greens gain credit for card fee reductions 18 December 2014 Economics, News
European Parliament vote to recognise state of Palestine 18 December 2014 Letters, Peace building
Letter to Chinese President Xi Jinping on saving elephants 17 December 2014 Letters
Green MEP challenges new Competition Commissioner over Hinkley 17 December 2014 Energy, News
Scrapping EU Air Pollution and Waste Recycling Laws Would Be Folly 16 December 2014 Articles, Climate change, Economics
'LuxLeaks letter' 15 December 2014 Economics, Letters
e-news 11th December 2014 11 December 2014 e-news
Call for government action on new VAT regulations threatening South West micro-businesses 10 December 2014 Economics, News
A million #NoTTIP signatures for Juncker’s 60th birthday 9 December 2014 News, Trade
Greens Say One Million Citizens Deserve Answer Over TTIP 4 December 2014 News, Trade
Molly responds to autumn statement 3 December 2014 Economics, News
The Pope of the poor and the Seven Deadly Sins of banking practice 2 December 2014 Articles, Economics
e-news 27th November 2014 27 November 2014 e-news
Green MEP uses Pope’s visit to draw attention to ‘deadly sins of banking’ 25 November 2014 Economics, News
In the bag: Greens push through historic deal on tackling plastic waste 24 November 2014 Marine conservation, News
South West MEP to launch Christmas Without Cruelty 21 November 2014 Food and farming, SW events
Greens welcome decision on bankers’ bonus ruling 21 November 2014 Economics, News
South West Green MEP nominated as Parliamentarian of the Year 17 November 2014 News
e-news 13th November 2014 13 November 2014 e-news
'Act Or Go': Greens force Junker into Parliamentary appearance to explain 'Lux Leaks' 13 November 2014 Economics, News
Waging peace in an era of militarisation 11 November 2014 Articles, Peace building
South West MEP to join panel discussion on controversial TTIP trade deal 7 November 2014 News, SW events, Trade
MEP calls for firm action in wake of Luxemburg tax avoidance scandal 6 November 2014 Economics, News, Tax justice
Response to questions on TTIP 5 November 2014 Responses to Qs, Trade
Job opportunity: Regional Liaison Officer 5 November 2014 News
Response to latest IPCC report 4 November 2014 Climate change, Energy, Letters
What is Europe doing for Cornwall? 31 October 2014 News, SW events
e-news 30th October 2014 30 October 2014 e-news
Green MEP asks what can Europe do for Plymouth? 28 October 2014 News, SW events
Death of carrot greatly exaggerated 27 October 2014 Food and farming, Letters
Paradox and power: response to demand for extra UK contributions to EU budget 27 October 2014 Economics, News
South West MEP condemns Europe's lack of ambition on climate targets 24 October 2014 Climate change, Energy, News
UK Green MEPs reject new European Commission 22 October 2014 Climate change, Economics, News, Political reform
Green MEP condemns new report from pesticide industry as 'scare tactics' 21 October 2014 Food and farming, News
Biodiversity offsetting 17 October 2014 Health, Letters, Sustainable forests
Hinkley letters 17 October 2014 Energy, Letters
e-news, 15th October 2014 15 October 2014 e-news
Green team commit to conflict free minerals 14 October 2014 News, Peace building
Greens expose new evidence of TTIP threats 10 October 2014 News, Trade
Green MEP gets second chance to grill Hill 8 October 2014 Economics, News
Greens pledge to continue fight in wake of European Commission decision on Hinkley 8 October 2014 Energy, News
EU nuclear deal will hit renewables 8 October 2014 Energy, Letters
Hinkley nuclear power plant bombshell for out-going European Commission 7 October 2014 Articles, Energy
South West Green MEP quizzes 'poacher turned gamekeeper' commissioner 2 October 2014 Economics, News
Response to ‘Grave Turner’ attack on human rights and homosexuality 1 October 2014 Equality, News
e-news, 1st October 2014 1 October 2014 e-news
‘Renewables not nuclear’ tour of Somerset 30 September 2014 Energy, SW events
Conflict minerals 29 September 2014 Peace building, Responses to Qs
Bristol climate march 25 September 2014 Climate change, SW events
Nuclear weapons: not just a wooly issue 24 September 2014 Articles, Peace building
Green fury as EU indicates Hinkley C will be given go-ahead 23 September 2014 Energy, News
e-news, 17 September 2014 22 September 2014 e-news
MEP call to block ‘sexist and conflicted’ Commissioner 19 September 2014 Climate change, News
A ‘One Minute Green Yes’ manifesto 17 September 2014 News, Political reform
Yes for Scotland could mean Yes to a devolved England, says Green MEP 16 September 2014 News, Political reform
Disbelief as Eurosceptic pro banking commissioner given European financial portfolio 10 September 2014 Economics, News
Brussels Revolving Door Leads Straight to the City 10 September 2014 Articles, Economics
Three strikes and you’re out, say Greens on Hinkley 7 September 2014 Energy, News
Greens warn of GM crop contamination in SW 4 September 2014 Food and farming, News
TTIPing the balance: Greens welcome growing public opposition to new trade deal 3 September 2014 News, Trade
What lies behind Europe’s murky oil deals with Azerbaijan? 22 August 2014 Articles, Energy
Green MEP turns pink and wooly for a day in the name of peace 9 August 2014 News, Peace building
Greens press Juncker on gender imbalance in the European Commission 7 August 2014 Equality, News
The Sweet Drug of Bank Subsidies 22 July 2014 Articles, Economics
The real reason drugs cost so much – and why big pharma is so rich 23 April 2014 Articles, Economics, Health
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