An MP hopes to bring the Brexit debate ‘back to the people’ by holding a number of public meetings on the subject.

Gareth Thomas, who represents Harrow West, has teamed up with More United – an independent campaign group – to stage the events, which will give residents their chance to voice their opinions on the ongoing Brexit negotiations.

The aim is to reverse the notion that the positions of the politicians have become dislocated from those of the general public.

Mr Thomas said: “The next 12 months are going to be a hugely important time for the negotiations of our future relationship with the EU.

“Whether you voted leave or remain, I want the people of Harrow to have their say in how those negotiations are going to be shaped, so that I can represent their views in Parliament.”

This concept of neutrality is promoted by More United, which works with a number of MPs across four parties.

The group, and Mr Thomas, stressed that it wants people from all sides of the debate to attend in order to provide a balance view, which can then be relayed in Parliament.

A meeting will be held in St Andrew’s Church, in Malvern Avenue on January 27 from 11am to 1pm.

This will be followed by one in Holy Trinity Church, in Headstone Drive, on February 26 from 7pm to 9pm.

And finally one will take place in Christ Church Vicarage, in Roxeth Hill, on March 12 from 7pm to 9pm.

Visit to sign up to any of the meetings.