Since Molly Scott Cato was forced from office by Brexit, having been elected in 2019 to serve a second five year term, this website is now an archive and will no longer be updated. Please feel free to browse the content, which outlines Molly’s extensive work in the European Parliament and serving her constituents in … Read more
Green MEPs today voted against the Withdrawal Agreement when it came before the European parliament and issued a joint statment.
Molly writes for Green World on the decision of the Austrian Greens to enter into a governing coalition agreement with the right-wing Austrian People’s Party and what this says about the tough choices presented by proportional electoral systems.
In this final enews Molly reflects on leaving the European parliament and the EU.
Molly points to the implications of the rescue package on efforts to tackle climate change as well as potential breaching EU state aid rules.
Molly welcomes a deal that sets the EU on a course towards restructuring the economy with a focus on climate protection, enhancing biodiversity and greening investments.
Rather than prop up failing airlines we need to invest in environmentally sustainable transport, argues Molly for the Guardian.
Writing for Left Foot Forward, Molly suggests all Labour leadership candidates must embrace electoral reform and cooperative working if the party is ever to have a chance of taking back control from the Tories.
Molly says that in light of the accelerating climate emergency it is absurd to suggest that we should provide a further boost to the aviation industry.