In response to concerns by constituents over net neutrality, Molly believes this is a core principle on which the internet was founded, and Greens are working to ensure this core principle is guaranteed across Europe.
Molly is dismayed that two areas in the South West have the highest proportion of jobs paying below the living wage, but says investment in renewables offers the potential for higher paid skilled jobs.
Molly has strongly criticised Tory MEPs for refusing to back a resolution on the right to universal access to water and sanitation, something supported by nearly two million European citizens.
Molly urges us not to forget the lessons of the Second World War in the face of today’s refugee crisis.
Molly is urging the European Commission to increase support for holidaymakers with disabilities.
England’s MEPs give a statement on Commission response to refugee crisis.
Molly has responded to an anonymous writer in the South Molton Times writing under the pseudonym of Grave Turner. In the article the writer deplores Human Rights legislation, blaming it for ‘overturning well founded taboos’, citing homosexuality as an example. He goes on to describe homosexuality as an aberration and says people who ‘suffer from it’ … Read more
South West MEP, Molly Scott Cato, and other Green MEPs have expressed dismay at the lack of female candidates nominated by EU member states for commissioner posts in the next European Commission. David Cameron, who recently appointed more women to the cabinet amidst much fanfare, has nominated Lord Hill, a male Eurosceptic, as Britain’s next … Read more