MORE than 7,300 people across Conwy, Denbighshire, Anglesey and Gwynedd are calling on Parliament to stop Brexit from going ahead.

Following a turbulent week in Westminster ahead of the original exit date of March 29, 2,783,606 people from across the UK have signed a petition to 'Revoke Article 50 and Remain in the EU'.

Of the seven parliamentary constituencies across the four counties, Arfon - which covers Bangor and Caernarfon - currently has the most signatories with 1,635, or 2.68 percent of constituents, and the Vale of Clwyd - which includes Rhyl and Prestatyn - has the least with 826 amounting to 1.15 percent.

Of the other constituencies, Clwyd West has 1,075 signatories, Ynys Mon has 1,007, Dwyfor Meirionydd 1,003, Aberconwy has 969 and Clwyd South has 840.

Despite the Government's petition site receiving so much traffic it crashed multiple times in the first 24 hours after the launch, national media reported on Thursday, March 21 that currently the Prime Minister Theresa May "will not countenance" revoking article 50.

It has also been reported that the petition has received widespread support, including from television personality Jennifer Saunders, physicist Brian Cox and actor Hugh Grant as well as from the chief minister of British Overseas Territory Gibraltar Fabian Picardo.

Despite receiving more than two million signatures in the two days since its launch, the petition currently falls short of a previous, similar petition which receive more than four million signatories following the referendum result.

Following discussions with the EU, the exit date could now be as early as April 12 if parliament fails to vote for the prime ministers withdrawal agreement, otherwise Brexit will then be delayed until May 22.

The petition can be found here.