An impressive panel will join Molly at Westminster next Tuesday to discuss how to protect our democracy from disinformation and manipulation spread through Facebook.
MEPs have challenged the international trade secretary to publish a list of countries that have agreed to continue trading with the UK as if it were an EU country during the transition period.
A new report commissioned by Molly is calling for a transition to organic farming as a way for agriculture to play its part in reducing carbon emissions.
Following on from this week’s report from the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee which denounces Facebook and its executives as “digital gangsters”, a new report documenting the role of Facebook in abuses of personal data for political purposes will be launched this Thursday in the European Parliament. A panel at the launch will … Read more New Facebook report documenting spread of disinformation comes hot on the heels of DCMS select committee report
This report examines the role Facebook has played in abuses of personal data for political purposes and the spread of disinformation and makes policy recommendations to ensure that such abuses are curtailed in future.
Molly was one of three Green MEPs arrested after breaking into a Belgian military airbase to protest against its stockpiling of American B61 nuclear bombs.
A report exploring the benefits to our climate, human and natural health of agro-ecology, permaculture and organic farming practices by former Green Party leader, Natalie Bennett.
Molly reflects on the decision by Honda, one of the region’s most important employers, to close their Swindon factory with the loss of 3,500 jobs.
Commenting on news that the Swindon Honda car plant will close with the loss of 3,500 jobs, Molly who is MEP for the region, said: “If true, this news represents a terrible day for the 3,500 workers at the Swindon plant and their families and my thoughts are with them at this worrying time. Concerns … Read more Green MEP responds to Swindon Honda closure shock
A letter from Molly, published in the regional press, in response to the school strikes to protest over government inaction over climate.