Today we have "the meaningful vote" - and in accordance with the overwhelming views of constituents who have contacted me, and in line with the manifesto I stood for election on in 2017, I will be voting against draft Withdrawal Agreement and Political Declaration negotiated by the Prime Minister.
I took part in this debate almost six weeks ago - just before the Prime Minister postponed the vote - to explain why.
I will not vote for a deal that would deprive my constituents, and future generations, of so many of the benefits and opportunities of EU membership that my generation has enjoyed. The Prime Minister said that her deal “ends free movement once and for all.” If that is the best thing that she can say about it, it is a rotten deal. I dearly hope that the UK will step back from the brink of the disaster that is Brexit, but the very fact that we have even come this far makes the case for Scotland forging its own future as an independent nation state within the European Union.