I want to be your voice in European Parliament

 A French SNP politician has spoken of how he left the Scottish Parliament and stood as an MEP to stop Brexit and support citizens’ rights.

New MEP Christian Allard said: “As soon as I heard there was a possibility of Britain taking part in the European elections, I contacted my party to put my name forward.

“I wanted to be a voice for the three million other EU nationals in the UK and 1.2million Britons abroad in the EU. I’m one of them, I’m a French citizen 100%.

“I’ve been asked to apply for ‘settled status’, but I ...

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