GROUPS campaigning for a People’s Vote will be out in force in central Manchester tomorrow as part of a national day of action involving thousands of people across the UK.

The event is being organised by activists and supporters from the People’s Vote Campaign, just days before a crucial vote in Parliament on the government’s Brexit plans.

As well as in Manchester, events are taking place in more than 140 communities across the UK including Oldham, Cheadle, Wilmslow and Macclesfield.

Street stalls will be set up in towns and cities, including in St Ann’s Square in Manchester from 10am to 1pm.

This follows the People’s Vote Summer of Action, which saw rallies take place across the country, including in London, where the People’s Vote March for the Future saw a crowd of over 700,000 take to the streets.

Martin Yuille regional organiser of the People’s Vote said: “People don’t just have to accept a bad Brexit, they can demand their voice is heard. The public needs to have the final say on this crucial decision because, in the end, only the people can really sort this out.

“Mrs May claims she is carrying out the will of the people. But all the polling shows that the will of the people has changed. So the people’s will must be heard again.”