CITIZENS of the EU living in Scotland have been invited to an event held in Clydebank where legal advice and settlement assistance will be on hand.

Gil Paterson, MSP for Clydebank, will be hosting the event at the town hall on Monday, February 17 from 6-8pm, in association with EU Citizens Right Project Scotland.

He said: “Now we are out of the European Union, I want to ensure my EU constituents are given as much help as possible in the settlement scheme.

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“It has been a turbulent and divisive few years following the EU referendum, and there have been questions asked about the situation EU citizens here will face.

“I am seeking to bring about some clarity to EU citizens, remind them of their rights and that they should not be leaving Scotland because of Brexit.”