Molly writes for the Guardian on how grassroots movements are challenging the might of corporations over the TTIP and CETA trade deals but how Brexit risks the UK government signing up to even worse.
Molly says new relvelations about TTIP confirm Greens’ fears that the on-going EU-US trade deal is simply a corporate power grab.
Molly sets out why she believes that a vote to remain in the EU provides the best chance at defeating this toxic trade deal.
Molly writes for New Statesman on the threats posed by TTIP, focusing on food and farming, and argues that Brexit would make trade deals even worse.
Molly has given her full backing to a demonstration in Bristol and other parts of the South West against the controversial TTIP trade deal between the EU and US.
Molly had an opportunity today to speak to the European Parliament about the threats posed by the TTIP trade deal.
In unusual circumstances, the planned vote in the European Parliament on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) deal has been cancelled.
A response to constituents on the dangers posed by the TTIP trade deal and in particular, the ISDS mechanism.
Next week the European Parliament will vote on the controversial TTIP trade deal. Greens are highlighting the dangers with five short films and hoping to block the contentious ISDS clause.
Molly has seized on an email by a leading business advocate group as evidence of the influence of corporate lobbying on the controversial TTIP trade deal.