Molly has stepped up efforts to obtain details of the government’s Brexit impact studies by writing to the Information Commissioner.
Molly has written to the Information Commissioner about the Brexit impact studies.
Molly and Jolyon Maugham QC explain why they are not proceeding with their case against the government to gain access to the government’s Brexit impact studies. They explain how they and the public played a vital part in persuading the government to release limited analyses of the impacts of Brexit.
Molly responds to a decision by the High Court today to refuse judicial review to compel the government to release its Brexit economic impact studies.
Molly is in the High Court today to make an oral application for permission to apply for judicial review to compel the production, in public, of the government’s Brexit impact studies.
Molly has said the government must release studies into the impacts of Brexit or face court action next week.
Molly is continuing with the threat of court action to force the government to release studies on the impact of Brexit, in full, to the public.
Correspondence relating to attempts to secure public disclosure of the Brexit impact studies and potential court case to force the government to do so.
Molly, who has been challenging ministers to release secret government studies into the impacts of Brexit, has accused the government of running scared of its own findings.
Molly has accused the government of turning a war against itself into a war against the Civil Service in response to the ‘rubbishing’ of leaked Brexit impacts studies by Brexiteers.