Molly Scott Cato

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Sarah Margaret "Molly" Scott Cato is a Green Party politician, academic, environmental and community activist, and green economist who is the current Member of the European Parliament for the South West England electoral region. She was elected in May 2014, and is the first Green Party MEP to represent the region.
From 2012, until her election as an MEP, she was Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at the University of Roehampton. Scott Cato speaks for the Green Party on finance issues,ref and is known for her work in the field of co-operative studies.ref She has published on green economics, localism and anti-capitalism, and has contributed to works on the risks of nuclear power, the use of which she strongly opposes.ref (WP)

The Bad Boys of Brexit

The Complete List

Here is a complete list of the Bad Boys of Brexit: the Regulation Burners🔥, the Money Men💰 and the Russia Connection 🇷🇺: Arron Banks, Nigel Farage, Robert Mercer, Boris Johnson, Steve Bannon, Matthew Elliott, Dominic Cummings, Crispin Odey, Michael Ashcroft, Peter Hargreaves, Owen Paterson, Matt Ridley, Alexander Nix, George Cottrell, Nigel Lawson, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Jim Mellon, Michael Gove, Liam Fox, Andy Wigmore, Richard Tice.

The Russia Connection 🇷🇺

We need to consider the geopolitical significance of Brexit. Although this hardly featured in public debate ahead of the referendum, the Brexit campaign was used as a vehicle to do lasting damage to the EU by a range of nationalist interests, foremost among them Putin's Russia. ...Arron Banks, Nigel Farage, Robert Mercer, Steve Bannon, Matthew Elliott, George Cottrell, Jim Mellon, Boris Johnson.

The Money Men 💰

Many of the men who promoted Brexit own more wealth than most of us could imagine. Once you have more money than you can possibly spend, accumulating more ceases to be about consumption and becomes about power. This seems to have been a strong motivation for many of those driving the Brexit campaign. For many of these men, taxes are for the little people. They are deeply irritated by EU laws to ensure greater transparency and to prevent money laundering and tax-dodging. They are seeking a country in which they can take back unimpeded control of their wealth, and their intention is to turn Brexit Britain into this country. Jacob Rees-Mogg, Jim Mellon, Crispin Odey, Michael Ashcroft, Peter Hargreaves, Matt Ridley, Alexander Nix, George Cottrell, Robert Mercer, Steve Bannon, Matthew Elliott, Arron Banks.

The Regulation Burners 🔥

Many of the false arguments used to attack the EU centred on "bureaucracy" and "red tape". Tory MPs have suggested drawing up a list of regulations they want to scrap, and as Theresa May prepared to trigger Article 50, the right-wing press urged her to "to set the country free from the shackles of Brussels". When asked which regulations they would like to see scrapped, people who voted for Brexit often find it impossible to name one. Which is not surprising, as the idea of EU "red tape" is essentially a myth. So who has been driving the agenda for a bonfire of regulations? Often, they are free-market ideologues who are not themselves involved in industry. These co-conspirators have a clearly identifiable home at 55 Tufton Street. This was the original HQ of Vote Leave before it moved to larger premises, and also houses neo-liberal lobby groups and think tanks including Business for Britain, Civitas, UK2020 and the TaxPayers' Alliance. Also based at 55 Tufton Street is the Global Warming Policy Foundation. Nigel Farage, Robert Mercer, Steve Bannon, Matthew Elliott, Dominic Cummings, Richard Tice, Peter Hargreaves, Matt Ridley, Nigel Lawson, Boris Johnson, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Michael Gove, Liam Fox, Owen Paterson.