The seven Green MEPs have issued a joint statement in response to the Supreme Court declaring Boris Johnson’s decision to prorogue parliament illegal:
The UK’s seven Green MEPs have welcomed a resolution on Brexit agreed by the European Parliament today.
Molly has written to Vice Chancellors across the region urging them to implement successful methods of ensuring students register to vote as soon as they join university.
Molly responds to a ‘state of play’ draft resolution on Brexit to be voted on in the European Parliament next week.
Molly has referred Sheryll Murray, MP for South East Cornwall, to the High Sheriff of Cornwall for allegedly urged Boris Johnson to break the law in order to deliver a crash-out Brexit.
A statement from complainants, including Molly, who launched legal action to speed up criminal investigations into Vote Leave.
The UK is not in a position to hold a free and fair election because of the distortions to public debate which take place through social media say Molly and Green MP Caroline Lucas.
Molly responds to the ‘unprecedented and anti-democratic’ move by the government.
Molly writes for Stroud News and Journal, responding to an IPCC report that concludes the way land is currently managed is ‘catastrophic’ for the climate. She presents a green vision for farming and explains how Brexit stands in the way of this.
While it is easy to despair at the state of the world, Molly writes for Green World, highlighting ten examples of people, organisations and governments treading a path towards a more just, peaceful and sustainable planet.