Pro-Brexit march reaches Northamptonshire

The pro-Brexit protest march from Sunderland to London has reached Northamptonshire. Credit: ITV News Anglia

A pro-Brexit march from Sunderland to London has arrived in Northamptonshire as it heads for Parliament.

Protesters from the Leave Means Leave campaign want Britain to leave the European Union with our without a withdrawal deal.

The marchers are due to arrived at Westminster on Friday 29 March - the day Britain was due to leave the EU.

That has now been delayed until Friday 12 April at the earliest but it could be later.

Dozens of protestors were walking the 15 miles between Corby and Wellingborough.

The founder of Leave Means Leave, businessman Richard Tice was leading the march and said: "The mood of the country is 'Let's just get on with it, let's leave'."

MPs have so far failed to agree an exit strategy and are due to vote on a series of options on Wednesday.

The Prime Minister Theresa May has not ruled out bringing her Withdrawal Agreement back to the Commons after it was twice defeated by a large majority.

The protest march is due to arrive at the Houses of Parliament on Friday when Britain was due to leave the EU. Credit: ITV News Anglia