Green MEPs have written to leading supermarkets asking them to carry out an audit of their supply chains to identify products on their shelves that have come from the Brazilian Amazon.
Molly has called for immediate action from politicians and consumers against the Bolsonaro regime as fires rage in the Amazon.
Molly offered this speech to EU Commission president nominee Ursula von der Leyen, published on the Independent website.
A letter by Molly and Labour colleague Jude Kirton-Darling published in the Financial Times on why the EU must suspend the Mercosur trade deal with Brazil and other South American countries until there are guarantees that the Amazon will be protected.
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 and Labour MEP Jude Kirton-Darling have called on MEPs to join them in voting against an EU trade deal with Brazil unless it includes protection for the Amazon.
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.
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.
With Brazil’s new president elect Bolsonaro tearing up human rights and threatening the Amazon rainforest, Green MEPs are calling for the suspension of trade talks.