Anti-Brexit campaigners say the Euro election result in Harrow showed a "decisive" swing to remain.

The Harrow and Hillingdon European Movement claims that 62.3 per cent of Harrow people voted for more pro–Remain and pro-People's Vote parties.

This was almost eight per cent more than the 54.6 per cent who voted Remain in the 2016 referendum.

The pro-Europe group says that anti-People's-Vote parties – all of which are prepared to countenance a 'no-deal' Brexit - attracted only 35.8 per cent of Harrow votes.

The Liberal Democrats emerged the victors of the European Parliament elections in London on Sunday night with three MEPs.

The second largest share of the vote went to Labour, who now have two MEPs, followed by The Brexit Party, who also have two. The Green Party has one MEP.

The European Movement argues that three quarters of the MEPs elected are staunchly pro-Remain and pro-People's-Vote.

David Keys, Secretary of the Harrow and Hillingdon European Movement, said: “As the appalling economic, dire political and international security implications of Brexit have become increasingly clear. The people of Harrow have moved more decisively in a remain direction."

The Brexit Party – set up by UKIP founder Nigel Farage, also celebrated European Election victory after his party saw 29 of its members elected across the country, making it the largest party in European Parliament.

Despite this, the European movement claims the story nationwide is, also, a huge pro-Remain pro-People's-Vote victory.

It argues that 56 per cent of voters nationwide supported fully or substantially pro-People's-Vote and pro-Remain parties, as against 44 per cent who supported anti-People's-Vote parties - a "huge" swing away from the 2016 referendum result, which was 48% pro-Remain and 52% pro-Brexit.

The group also claims that 51.4 per cent of the newly elected MEPs across Britain are firmly pro-Remain and pro-People's-Vote, as against just 47.1 per cent, who are firmly against this.

Alka Sehgal-Cuthbert, MEP candidate for the Brexit Party London region, said: “The Brexit Party managed to get more MEPs elected than established parties in nine out of ten regions in England and one MEP in Scotland.”

The Harrow and Hillingdon European Movement is the grassroots and main non-political party organisation campaigning against Brexit.