Molly has said announcing the sectors the government has analysed raises more questions than answers and will do nothing to reassure businesses, public services or the public or help them prepare for life outside the EU.
Molly is demanding the Electoral Commission reveal the extent to which they have investigated alleged illegal spending intended to influence the 2016 EU referendum result.
The UK’s Green parliamentarians have written to the Prime Minister urging her to “immediately suspend all arms exports to Saudi Arabia until the human rights of the people of Yemen can be fully guaranteed” and have launched a petition.
Molly has welcomed an EU investigation into UK rules which give an unfair advantage to large companies residing in the UK compared to small businesses.
The renewal of the glyphosate licence in the EU is controversial in large part because so many farmers in the EU are heavily reliant on the herbicide to rid their fields of “weeds”/wildflowers. Many farmers are arguing that spraying glyphosate on their fields is a ‘sustainable alternative’ to tilling the soil with heavy machinery, which … Read more
The UK was one of 16 countries voting to renew the licence for the sale of the glyphosate in Europe, making a mockery of Gove’s ‘green Brexit’. period with EU countries.
Molly has said that what is being coined the Bermuda hack, is another sign that the UK is a leading global tax haven.
Molly has made clear she will stand by universities in the South West that refuse to respond to the request by a Tory MP for details of teaching related to Brexit.
A majority of MEPs today voted to support a report calling for urgent and effective protection for whistleblowers at EU level.
An update from Molly about her work as an MEP including the latest on Hinkley, banning toxic glyphosate, a Saudi arms embargo and proposals to build a road tunnel under the Stonehenge World Heritage site.