An article written by Molly and her Green colleague Bas Eickhout MEP from the Netherlands making the case for a far stronger EU green investment framework.
Molly comments on Oxfam’s latest report on the EU’s tax haven blacklist which is expected to give several UK tax havens a clean bill of health.
Molly has slammed the government for offering a ‘bribe’ to Brexit voting Labour constituencies while constituencies of loyal Tory MPs in the South West will lose out.
MEPs have challenged the international trade secretary to publish a list of countries that have agreed to continue trading with the UK as if it were an EU country during the transition period.
Molly reflects on the decision by Honda, one of the region’s most important employers, to close their Swindon factory with the loss of 3,500 jobs.
Commenting on news that the Swindon Honda car plant will close with the loss of 3,500 jobs, Molly who is MEP for the region, said: “If true, this news represents a terrible day for the 3,500 workers at the Swindon plant and their families and my thoughts are with them at this worrying time. Concerns … Read more Green MEP responds to Swindon Honda closure shock
Molly has co-ordinated a letter to Theresa May, signed by three of the South West’s MEPs, asking her to urgently bring forward a proposal to replace the lost EU funding.
Molly responds to news that leading Brexiteer entrepreneur, Sir James Dyson, is moving his vacuum cleaner and hand dryer technology company from Wiltshire to Singapore.
New research commissioned by the Greens in the European Parliament has confirmed that many large corporations pay little tax in EU countries.
As construction of a new nuclear reactor in Wales is suspended, Molly calls for the project to be abandoned and a new energy policy based on renewables.