Molly writes for Politics.co.uk on how a pledge by Corbyn that a future Labour government would leave the customs union destroys any remaining reputation the party has for economic competence.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how UK contributions to the EU budget are returned to areas that might have otherwise found it difficult to make a case for funding. She fears this will not continue post-Brexit.
Details of a written question to the EU Commission on the proposed Japan-EU trade deal, known as JEFTA, challenging the apparent imbalance around proposals to drop tariffs on cheese exports in return for lower tariffs on imported Japanese cars.
Brexit update from Molly, July 2017
Molly welcomes a pledge by Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, that in future he wants farm subsidies paid on the basis of social and environmental benefits.
Molly has called on the region’s Labour MPs to back a ratification referendum on the final Brexit deal, following a recent survey showing a majority of Labour members support the idea.
Molly urges Jeremy Corbyn to listen to Labour members as new research shows a majority of them want to remain in the Single Market, and support the idea of a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
Molly has welcomed a new report by food policy experts which warns that the government is failing to address a huge set of issues related to food and agriculture post-Brexit.
Molly has accused the Conservatives and Labour of using Brexit ‘as a weapon with which to fight internal Party battles’.
Molly writes for Business Green explaining why green businesses should be concerned by the direction of the debate on the Single Market.