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Cleo Lake becomes Lord Mayor

Cleo Lake becomes Lord Mayor

Green Councillor Cleo Lake took up her role as Lord Mayor of Bristol to applause from a packed puiblic chamber where friends, family and members of the local communty had come to see her take up the position of first citizen of Bristol this week.

Watch Bristols MEP makes the case for a Peoples Vote on Brexit

Watch: Bristol's MEP makes the case for a 'People's Vote' on Brexit

Molly talks to BBC Sunday Politics South West about the importance of a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal, especially for students and young people who were unable to vote in the EU referendum.

Job Junior Constituency Assistant  Bristol Office of Molly Scott Cato MEP

Job: Junior Constituency Assistant – Bristol Office of Molly Scott Cato MEP

Molly is looking for a part time (21 hours per week) Junior Constituency Assistant for her constituency office in Bristol. The role will start in approximately July 2018 and will initially be for a fixed term period of 3 months.

Bristols MEP condemns Not me Gove strategy for air pollution

Bristol's MEP condemns ‘Not me Gove’ ‘strategy’ for air pollution

Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato has accused Environment Secretary Michael Gove of pointing the finger of blame for the UK’s illegal air quality in every direction but at the government and the chief causes of the problem.

Greens call for Bristol West MP to push for continued single market membership

Greens call for Bristol West MP to push for continued single market membership

Molly Scott Cato, Bristol's Green MEP, has called on Bristol West MP, Thangam Debbonaire, to use the ‘ray of hope’ offered by the Lords yesterday and vote to keep the UK inside the single market.

Why did the Council drop Bristol Energy

Why did the Council drop Bristol Energy?

Did LeaveEU take data from Bristol companies

Did Leave.EU take data from Bristol companies?

Bristol's Green MEP, Molly Scott Cato, has today written to Avon and Somerset Police to ask if the force is investigating new evidence that Bristol companies GoSkippy and Eldon Insurance allegedly shared data illegally with Leave.EU.

Green councillors stand with Friends of Redland Library against closure

Green councillors stand with Friends of Redland Library against closure

At a meeting of Friends of Redland Library last week, Green councillors Carla Denyer and Clive Stevens were amongst the speakers updating residents about the progress of the campaign to save Bristol’s libraries.

Brexit update from Bristols Green MEP

Brexit update from Bristol's Green MEP

An update from Molly Scott Cato, Bristol's Green MEP and the national EU spokesperson

Keeping Bristols parks adfree

Keeping Bristol’s parks ad-free

At a council meeting on March 20 Bristol Council debated a petition to ‘Keep our parks advertising free’, in response to the Labour administration’s proposals to introduce commercial advertising to Bristol's parks and green spaces. Green Cllr Steve Clarke spoke in response.

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