Green MEPs today voted against the Withdrawal Agreement when it came before the European parliament and issued a joint statment.
Molly warns how Brexit would put pressure on the UK to diverge from EU standards as it attempts to strike trade deals with countries operating to lower standards.
Molly has welcomed moves by the European Investment Bank, the world’s largest public bank, towards ending all funding for fossil fuels.
Molly has demanded the BBC apologise after Fiona Bruce wrongly rebutted an audience member who rightly pointed to Vote Leave campaign breaching electoral law on Question Time.
Molly has responded to a vote on the EU budget for 2020 in the European Parliament which agreed to increase funding for climate protection, sea rescue and youth projects.
Molly responds to the new UK-EU Brexit deal.
Molly has coordinated a letter signed by a cross-party group of 37 MEPs to the President of the European Council, Donald Tusk, asking him to urge the European Council to extend the Brexit deadline.
Molly says EIB must end all financing of fossil fuel projects and rapidly become a bank which exclusively supports the transition to a climate-neutral economy.
Molly writes for The UK in a Changing Europe about the ‘commissioner confirmation hearings’ which demonstrates that far from being faceless unaccountable bureaucrats, potential EU commissioners must satisfy MEPs that they are up to the task.
Following allegations by Phillip Hammond and Boris Johnson’s sister that Tory-backing ‘speculators’ stand to profit from a crash out Brexit, Molly writes for Green World on who will be banking on No Deal.