Molly has said that government corruption in Malta must be rooted out in honour of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia and her family.
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.
Six Green MEPs call for stringent enforcement of the embargo on sales of weapons to Saudi Arabia and for the international trade secretary, Liz Truss, to resign.
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 offered this speech to EU Commission president nominee Ursula von der Leyen, published on the Independent website.
Molly is urging people to make a ‘flight-free 2020’ pledge, saying stopping flying, or cutting back considerably, is the ‘most important single thing we can do individually to protect our climate’.
A joint statement from Green MEPs to mark World Refugee Day.
Molly has welcomed the court of appeal decision to declare British arms sales to Saudi Arabia unlawful because ministers failed to properly assess their contribution to civilian casualties in Yemen.
Molly says she is hugely disappointed that a majority of MEPs backed new copyright laws ‘against the free internet’ . Greens opposed the new laws and supported over 5 million people who signed a petition against them. In particular, Greens and MEPs from other political groups had repeatedly presented alternatives to the controversial Article 13 … Read more Majority vote against the free internet
Greens in Europe have responded to insinuations from high profile Russians that Greens are taking a ‘pro-Kremlin’ stand and implausible suggestions they are on Putin’s payroll.