CAMPAIGNERS are to once again march through Southampton to demand an end to delays around Brexit.

Members of Southampton for Brexit are to host a second pro-leave demonstration on High Street on May 18.

There will be a number of speakers at the march including MP for Southampton Itchen Royston Smith and group member Jonathan Hines.

The march is due to start at 2pm and demonstrators will be marching the streets until 4pm with signs, banners and flags.

Three years ago more than 17 million people voted in favour of Britain withdrawing from the European Union.

The last demonstration by Southampton for Brexit was held at the end of April.

The marchers blew whistles as they walked from the Bargate to New Road.

They had intended to go as far as Guildhall Square but changed their route to avoid clashing with a climate change protest.

Two of the Brexiteers carried a large Union Flag emblazoned with the word “Freedom”.

On the day, Kim Rose, a UKIP candidate in Southampton in this week’s local elections, told fellow marchers: “This is not just about Brexit.

"We have a much bigger fight on our hands – and that fight is for the survival of democracy.”

In a message to the Prime Minister he added: “Stop fudging the issue and get on with it.”

Urged on by Mr Rose the campaigners chanted: “Theresa May don’t delay – give us a no-deal Brexit today.”