MORE than half of the people in Carlisle want a final say on Brexit, according to new research.

Campaign Group Right to Vote has conducted a nationwide wide survey of 5,500 adults which found 54 per cent of the Carlisle constituency favours a new public vote.

It found 68 per cent of 25 to 34-year-olds support a final say, while 58 per cent of those aged 65 and over are against a new public vote.

The group's chair Dr Phillip Lee MP said: "This brand new research is further evidence that the public mood is increasingly concluding 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 timeout, to allow the public the right to vote and have a final say."