HUNDREDS of residents from York are currently attending the 'Peoples Vote March' in London.

Speaking from the march, York Central MP, Rachael Maskell, said: "There are thousands of people here. 

"It is absoloutely packed. The atmosphere is amazing. 

"Everybody here wants to see this decision brought back to the people. 

"The Goverment now must give the people a final say on the deal." 

Coach loads of people departed from Leeman Road at around 7.30am this morning in order to meet thousands of other protestors from around the UK, who are all demanding that the public have a final say on Brexit. 

York Press: Photo by Marian Hilditch who attended the march yesterdayPhoto by Marian Hilditch who attended the march yesterday

(Photo by Marian Hildtich who attended the march yesterday)

Protestors who are part of the campaign group, Put It To The People, will meeting at Park Lane, London, from midday before beginning the march through the streets of the capital.

One of three buses from York on its way! #PVRoadTrip #PutItToThePeopleMarch

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Joining the march will be York Central MP, Rachael Maskell, who believes no form of Brexit can serve the interests of British workers and said future trade deals will see a levelling down of rights and opportunities.

Getting ready for the people to take control #PutitothePeople

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She said: "“Our country may be more divided than ever, but if there is one thing uniting people across the country and the political divide, it’s a feeling of Brexit fatigue - of wanting this moment to end.

“But even Britain’s departure from the EU wouldn’t spell the end of Brexit crisis - it is only the beginning of it.

And we're off! 🙌

Here in London, thousands of people from across our city and country have come together with
@peoplesvote_uk to send a clear message:

Enough is enough - it's time to give the British public the final say on Brexit. #PeoplesVote 🇪🇺#PutItToThePeople 🇪🇺

— Sadiq Khan (@SadiqKhan) March 23, 2019 ">http://

“Any kind of Brexit means 10 more years like the three we’ve just had. That’s another 10 years of funding cuts for our already struggling schools. Ten more years of our NHS being dismantled, and of Brexit haemorrhaging investment out of our public services.

“That’s why this Saturday, Labour MPs will be marching in Westminster calling for the public to have the final say.”

Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon will also speaking alongside Conservative peer Michael Heseltine and former Attorney General Dominic Grieve and Labour’s London Mayor Sadiq Kahn as well as MPs Jess Phillips and David Lammy.