VOTERS in Eddisbury want a final say on the Brexit negotiations, according to new research conducted this month.

With just more than two weeks left before the UK is due to leave the European Union on March 29 - campaign group Right to Vote quizzed 5,500 adults across Britain.

Eddisbury, the parliamentary constituency covering Winsford and parts of Northwich, was one of 31 constituencies surveyed - and the research found that 53 per cent of voters there want a final say on Brexit.

The Right to Vote research also reveals that in the Eddisbury constituency, 73 per cent of 18 to 24-year-olds want a final say. The only age bracket which does not support a final say is the over 65s, with 43 per cent in favour.

Right to Vote was formed in January by several high-profile MPs in response to what it describes as the Government’s failure to navigate Brexit. Co-founders include Dominic Grieve, Justine Greening, Sam Gyimah and three MPs who resigned from the Conservative Party last month: Heidi Allen, Anna Soubry and Dr Sarah Wollaston.

Its chair, Dr Phillip Lee MP, was the first minister to resign from the Government to campaign for a final say on the Brexit process - and last month he was invited to meet with the Prime Minister at 10 Downing Street to discuss the campaign's calls for a pause in the process and a final say vote.

Dr Phillip Lee MP, chair, Right to Vote, said: “This new research is further evidence that the public mood is increasingly concluding that we need a final say in the Brexit process.

“Nothing approaches the promises that were made in 2016, and as it stands, everything is currently a mess – offering people a final say is quite simply the only credible solution available.

“We all need to take a time out, to allow the public the right to vote and have a final say.”