More than 100 people attended an anti-Brexit rally in Oxford.
Speakers from the city council and the Oxford European Association spoke up against Article 50 at the event in Bonn Square organised by Oxford for Europe.
Members of the groups handed out around 200 fliers telling people of their appeal to MPs and peers.
The group asked for ‘narrow party and personal advantage’ to be put aside to ensure ‘people have a say on the final terms of an agreement’, including the option of staying as full members of the European Union.
Cllr John Tanner, a city council board member, said: ‘The European Union withdrawal bill is a huge threat. To Oxford’s car factory, universities and hospitals.
“Before quitting the rest of the EU the British people, one way or another, should have a say on whether they support the new arrangements.
‘Through another referendum, a General Election or a vote in Parliament, the people of this country must decide.
“Should Britain carry on with the Brexit madness? Democracy is not a vote once-only and never-again affair.
“The people of Oxfordshire, most of whom voted to remain, deserve to be heard.”