A Committee of Inquiry into the Panama papers (PANA), has agreed measures to tackle money laundering and tax dodging and identifies the UK as one of the worst offenders.
A report launched this week refutes claims that glyphosate is a necessary tool for modern day agriculture; Greens are calling for a rapid move towards chemical free farming.
As food security begins to decline across the world, Britain is entering dangerous territory in trying to leave the single market, writes Molly for Left Foot Forward.
Molly has welcomed the fact Parliament will debate the idea of a second referendum on our EU membership following a petition on the government petition site which has received well over 100,000 signatures.
Molly has thrown down a challenge to the region’s sitting MPs to back a ban on nuclear weapons.
David Davis, and the Treasury have repeatedly refused to release vital studies into the economic effects of Brexit. Molly explains why she is taking legal action to make sure they are made available.
With off-shore wind set to produce electricity cheaper than Hinkley ever will, Molly writes for the New Statesman on why politicians on all sides should reject nuclear.
Molly has teamed up with The Good Law Project to demand the government release the ’50 secret studies’ on the impacts of Brexit within 14 days.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how Brexiteers fantasies on trade deals post-Brexit are full of political bluster and bravado.
Speaking at Green Party conference in Harrogate, Molly has told members that a ratification referendum is the best and most democractic way to reverse the decision to leave the EU.