Host Fiona Bruce introduced the show and managed to tame many outbursts between the SNP, Labour and the Tories. The main topic of the evening was Scottish independence with Justice Secretary for the SNP Humza Yousaf and Scottish journalist and broadcaster Angela Haggerty on the panel.
Ms Bruce was also joined by Labour Shadow International Trade Secretary Barry Gardiner, Tory MP Kirstene Hair and businessman Iain Anderson.
Mr Gardiner and Mr Yousaf clashed over Scottish independence.
The Labour MP said “we’re stronger as a family together”.
He continued: “Just as England, Scotland and the rest of the United Kingdom are stronger as a family together.
Election news: Furious BBC QT host Fiona Bruce breaks up humiliating Remainer clash (Image: BBC)
Mr Gardiner and Mr Yousaf clashed over Scottish independence (Image: BBC)
“I will do everything I can to uphold the union that we have.
“But I’ll do it with respect.”
Mr Gardiner then went on to shamelessly plug his party by employing Scots to vote for Labour if they “care about the union in England, in Wales and in the rest of the country”.
The Labour MP then went on to say that Mr Yousaf was talking about constitutional politics because it is a “huge distraction” from