HUNDREDS of people took part in the anti-Brexit march held on Saturday.

Demonstrators from across the country, including members of the Romsey Better in Europe group, took to the streets of Winchester to call for a second Brexit referendum.

People from across the political divide marched down the High Street before hearing speakers at the Guildhall, including Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable who spoke against the “souring of the public mood”.

Victoria Burbidge, member of Romsey Better in Europe said: “We marched to demand that Parliament gives the British people the final say in the form of a People’s Vote. If the people have changed their minds, then democracy means giving them the chance to say so.” But leader of Make Britain Great Again group Luke Nash-Jones said a second referendum would be disrespectful to democracy.