On Brexit, Blair "spoke the truth" says Bristol's Green MEP
Responding to Tony Blair's Bloomberg speech on Brexit, Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has said that he "spoke the truth" and "his words were authentic and he spoke for millions of people who are grappling with the true horrors of the Tories’ extreme form of Brexit."
Green councillor calls on colleagues to give up parking perk
Green councillor, Eleanor Combley, is calling on colleagues from all parties to give up their free parking spaces at next week's budget meeting, saying the money saved could be used to support some of the city's most vulnerable instead.
Green Councillors to sleep on the streets as number of homeless grows
Four Bristol Green Party Councillors are preparing to spend a night sleeping rough in the city they represent to raise money and awareness for the “growing number” of homeless in the city.
Bristol Greens identify additional £1.7m to save vital council services
Bristol Greens have announced proposals to save vital council services after careful analysis of the council's budget due to be voted on next week. Green councillors have identified £1.7m that officers have now agreed could be used to reduce council cuts.
MEP slams Labour's lack of opposition as controversial trade deal is passed
Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has today slammed Labour's "weakness" in opposition as the controversial CETA trade deal is passed in the EU Parliament despite Green opposition.
Green MEP "proud" of Bristol West residents standing up to hatred and extremism
Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato has expressed shock at the steep rise in hate crimes across the South West and says it shows how the vote to leave the EU and the election of Donald Trump has ‘emboldened racists and bigots’.
Keep EU environmental protections says Bristol's Green MEP
Greens have reasserted demands for an Environmental Protection Act in the wake of a new House of Lords Select Committee report on the impact of Brexit on the environment and tackling climate change.
Opinion: Brexit Britain should beware the trade policies of Justin Trudeau
Writing in the New Statesman, Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, outlines why she will be voting against the CETA trade deal being pushed by Justin Trudeau this week.
Letter: Britain’s constitution is feeling the strain from Brexit
In a letter published in the Financial Times, Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, made the point that "rather than the Great Repeal bill we need a new Great Reform bill with three simple provisions: a written constitution, a proportional voting system and a fully democratic second chamber."
One in five people in Bristol who voted for Brexit wouldn't do it again
Responding to a poll in the Bristol Post which found One in five people in Bristol who voted for Brexit would not do it again, Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, said "If taking back control means anything it should mean that we all have a right to think again when we see what Brexit really means rather than what we were told it meant during the referendum campaign."