PRO-EU campaigners are gearing up for a final push before Parliament votes on the proposed Brexit deal on Tuesday.

Tomorrow evening, Oxford for Europe is hosting a panel event on how to stop Brexit, which features Oxford West and Abingdon MP Layla Moran.

And on Saturday, groups campaigning for a 'people’s vote' will be out in force for a national day of action.

Stalls in Oxford, Didcot, Wantage, Wallingford and other towns are expected to join thousands of people across the UK campaigning for another referendum.

The action follows a difficult time for the Prime Minister over Brexit and comes days before a crucial vote on the deal, which the Government is widely expected to lose.

Campaigners say the public should be given the chance to have another say on the terms of the deal.

Critics point out that Britain voted to leave the European Union just two years ago, but 'people's vote' advocates say things have now changed and note that the Government admits that the proposed deal will make Britain poorer.

Anne-Marie Simpson, of Open Britain Didcot, said: “People do not have to accept a bad Brexit deal. They do not want the UK to be poorer and to have less control and influence which is why we have been out campaigning every week.”

“There are events throughout the county, including in Thame and Henley, John Howell MP’s constituency and in Banbury and Bicester, Victoria Prentis MP’s constituency.”

Open Britain Wallingford's Philippa Davies added: “We have had NHS workers approaching our stalls over recent weeks telling us that Brexit is a disaster for the NHS; staff are leaving now.

"Shrinking the economy means less money to spend on the NHS and other publicly-funded services.”

James Brooks, from People’s Vote Wantage, added: “Many of our local supporters work in the science and technology sectors and are concerned about recruitment, investment and their jobs.”

Organisers expect around 250 people to attend the panel event in Oxford, which features Will Hutton, Layla Moran, Eloise Todd and Jon Danzig at Wesley Memorial Church, New Inn Hall Street, from 7.30pm to 9.30pm.