Stewart McDonald MP called on the UK Government to scrap the settled status fee being put upon EU citizens as a result of Brexit.
During the latest Brexit statement from Prime Minister Theresa May, Stewart McDonald MP criticised the decision to charge over three million EU nationals £70 to settle their status post-Brexit.
Stewart McDonald MP today confirmed he would be voting against triggering Artcile 50, and criticised Downing Street for their attempts to to keep parliament from voting on the matter, saying it does nothing to help challenge the "poison political cynicism that is eating away at liberal democracy".
Stewart McDonald MP has said the Brexit means Brexit slogan may have seen the UK Government through the summer but now they must provide greater clarity, or they risk alienating and dividing the public.
Stewart McDonald MP criticised leading Brexit campaigners for their actions after the vote to leave EU, and said Scotland should not bear the brunt of this decision.
Like most people in Scotland I was bitterly disappointed with the outcome of the European Union Referendum as the United Kingdom marginally voted to leave.
Stewart McDonald MP voiced support for a motion calling on the UK Government to give EU migrants the right to remain, and criticised the decision that denied EU nationals the right vote in EU referendum.
A Glasgow MP has today launched a campaign highlighting the positive effect the EU has had on Glasgow and called on local residents to return a resounding remain vote.
A Glasgow MP and NUS Scotland have called on students in Glasgow to ensure they register to vote ahead of the EU referendum.
I asked the Prime Minister whether he will put some punch into a positive fight to remain in Europe.
Coming as I do from a part of these isles that saw no real need to call a referendum on our European Union membership, I was finding it somewhat difficult to get myself enthused about the thing. Until this week, that was.
Yesterday I appeared on BBC Radio 5 Live and spoke about the big issues of the day, including the EU referendum.
This week I gave evidence to the European Sub-Committee.
Today I sought assurances that the EU membership renegotiations would not be used as an opportunity for the car industry to water down environmental regulations.