The MP for Stroud is intending to vote down the Prime Minister's Brexit deal next week - and then go to the pub afterwards.

After Tuesday's vote on the UK-EU withdrawal agreement, Labour's David Drew will be in The Imperial Hotel in Stroud on Thursday, December 13 from 7pm to discuss Brexit with constituents.

Mr Drew is joining the rest of his party in Parliament in voting down Theresa May's deal, which he has described as "uninspiring".

"If Parliament votes down the government’s shambolic deal, as seems likely, this will represent a loss of confidence in the government," he has written on his website.

"The best way forward will then be an immediate general election."

Though Mr Drew has previously spoken against another referendum, fearing another divisive campaign, he also writes: "If we do not get a general election, Labour supports other options remaining on the table, including campaigning for a public vote."

At the pub Mr Drew will be focussing on these 'next steps' - potentially in the wake of the Prime Minister's deal being voted down.

Ahead of Tuesday, pro-EU activists from county group Glostays are holding a 'People's Vote' vigil in the centre of Stroud.

At 11am on Saturday they will gather on the High Street to call for a second referendum.

Want to discuss Brexit with your MP? Entry is free to Mr Drew's event but reserve your place here