It’s been more than two years since the UK voted to leave the European Union – but have your opinions on Brexit changed since the referendum?

Both North Devon and Torridge were ultimately pro-leave in 2016. In North Devon, 57 per cent of some 58,000 voters elected to leave, while in Torridge 60 per cent of the 41,429 voters wanted out of the EU.

We want to know how you would vote if there was a second referendum and if the Brexit negotiations have changed your mind at all.

Former England striker Gary Lineker has backed a summer campaign for a new referendum, calling the Government’s move towards the EU exit ‘bewildering and worrying’.

He added: “Whether you voted Leave or Remain, did anyone really vote for the mess we seem to be in, let alone the prospect of no deal with all the terrible consequences attached to that?”

The UK is scheduled to leave the EU in less than 250 days, with Brexit formally taking place at 11pm on Friday March 29, 2019.