A SURVEY has shown people in Renfrewshire want a final say on Brexit. 

Last week the UK was handed a flexible extension to the process by the EU, meaning MPs have until October 31 to decide on how they wish to break ties with the bloc.

But voters in Renfrewshire have said whatever path is chosen, they want the last word.

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In a survey of 9,500 adults across Britain by campaign group Right to Vote, 65 per cent of voters in Paisley and Renfrewshire North who expressed an interest now want a final say on Brexit.

Meanwhile, 66 per cent of voters in Paisley and Renfrewshire South who took part said they wanted a so-called People’s Vote.

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Across Britain, 58.1 per cent of voters who expressed a view now want a final say.

Dr Phillip Lee MP, chair of Right to Vote, revealed the findings at Prime Minister’s Questions, saying: “In polling that has just been published, over 58 per cent of the British public have expressed a wish to have a final say.

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“Does the Prime Minister acknowledge, with the on-going impasse, the British public are right to increasingly think they should have a final say?”

Right to Vote was formed in January by several MPs in response to what it describes as the UK Government’s failure to navigate Brexit.

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