A cross-party group of 19 UK MEPs have written to the Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to complain about the use of ‘utterly inappropriate language’ by government and the press in relation to Brexit negotiation. They have demanded Mr Johnson unreservedly condemn the hostile language being used and that the UK government leads by example in … Read more
Molly has initiated a cross-party letter from MEPs to the Commission asking about Russian interference in the EU referendum campaign.
Correspondence relating to attempts to secure public disclosure of the Brexit impact studies and potential court case to force the government to do so.
A refusal by the Department for Exiting the EU (DExEU) to a Freedom of Information request by Molly has confirmed that the government is hiding impact studies on Brexit
Molly has written to the EU Commission urging it to use a new trade deal between Latin American countries and the EU to prevent further destruction of the Amazon rainforest.
Details of a written question to the EU Commission on the proposed Japan-EU trade deal, known as JEFTA, challenging the apparent imbalance around proposals to drop tariffs on cheese exports in return for lower tariffs on imported Japanese cars.
Molly has written to David Davis, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, calling on him to make public the results of any studies carried out by the government into the impacts of a hard Brexit scenario.
An open letter, coordinated by Molly and signed by Spanish and British Green/EFA MEPs calling on Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to condemn remarks by former Conservative leader, Michael Howard, who suggested a military response to the situation between Gibraltar and Spain.
A letter to Mario Draghi, President of the European Central Bank, asking for the bank to exclude and divest from carbon-intensive assets to help tackle climate change.
A letter to EU President Jean-Claude Juncker addressing unsustainable consumption of animal-based foods in the EU and making a series of policy recommendations.