Molly points to the implications of the rescue package on efforts to tackle climate change as well as potential breaching EU state aid rules.
Rather than prop up failing airlines we need to invest in environmentally sustainable transport, argues Molly for the Guardian.
Molly says that in light of the accelerating climate emergency it is absurd to suggest that we should provide a further boost to the aviation industry.
Molly responds to threats from the US Trade Department that it may retaliate for the imposition of a tax on big technology companies in France.
Molly is one of a group of Green MEPs who have written to the EU Commission asking them to investigate whether a new tax incentive in Italy breaches EU competition law or constitutes state aid.
Molly writes for the Guardian on how a spat over VAT on solar batteries shows how Brussels-bashing is taking precedence over urgent social priorities.
As a consultation on Heathrow expansion is launched the UKs seven Green MEPs are backing a European petition demanding tax on aviation fuel.
A new report from Greens concludes countries are creating special tax regimes to attract wealthy financiers and property tycoons away from Britain post-Brexit.
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 criticises McDonalds, saying European citizens cannot stomach any more anti-social tax avoidance by corporations who dominate their daily lives.