The government has no political, let alone popular, mandate for the hard Brexit she intends to pursue, says Molly in response to Theresa May’s Brexit speech.
British and German Greens have issued a joint statement condemning the ‘destructive approach’ to Brexit negotiations being adopted by chancellor Philip Hammond and Prime Minister May.
Molly has accused the Defra Secretary, Andrea Leadsom, of environmental irresponsibility following her call to abandon an important ‘greening’ measure post Brexit.
It is clear Brexiteers are hell-bent on pushing out everybody who isn’t hostile to the EU, says Molly.
Whilst the idea of ‘associate citizenship’ of the EU is appealing to many people, Molly has concerns over citizenship being something that can be purchased without any corresponding responsibilities.
Molly has welcomed news that Cornwall Council and the EU are continuing to support marine-based energy and challenges the government to maintain financial support post-Brexit.
Writing for Business Green, Molly argues that the UK must stay inside the single market if we want to deliver a truly green economy.
Nissan’s investment freeze in Sunderland could be the firing gun for a race to the bottom in post-Brexit Britain, warns Molly writing for Staggers (New Statesman)
A letter published in the Financial Times calling for a fully participatory process in the wake of Brexit.
Molly warns the European Parliament that Brexit has led to an increase in reports of hate crime in the South West.