Molly argues that opponents of the Green Party are using figures dressed up as irrefutable truths to try and discredit a Party whose principle intention is to create a fairer and more equal society.
Molly has called on Ofcom to recognise the Green Party as a major political Party.
Molly has made a response to an Ofcom consultation on which political parties it lists as ‘major parties’ ahead of the General Election in May 2015.
There has been wide coverage and strong reaction to a statement put out by two Green MEPs following the victory of Syriza in the Greek elections.
The new European Commission has today been accepted by the European Parliament but was voted against by Molly Scott Cato, the UK’s other two Green MEPs and many other MEPs as well. The Greens/EFA political group in the Parliament opposed the appointment of the entire Commission. One of the appointments causing concern for the UK’s … Read more UK Green MEPs reject new European Commission
When Molly appeared on the Tony Livesey show on BBC Radio 5 Live today, a day before Scotland’s historic vote, she was asked, along with three other panelists, to present the case for a Yes vote in 60 seconds. Here is her ‘One Minute Green Yes’ manifesto: “As an economist I see Scotland as an extraordinarily … Read more A ‘One Minute Green Yes’ manifesto
Green MEP for the South West, Molly Scott Cato, has thrown her support behind the Yes vote in the Scottish referendum on Thursday, believing independence from the UK is the best way to achieve a fairer, more democratic, and sustainable future for Scotland. However, Dr Scott Cato also believes that a Yes vote could unleash … Read more Yes for Scotland could mean Yes to a devolved England, says Green MEP