NEARLY three quarters of Scots believe Britain was wrong to vote for Brexit, a new poll has revealed.

The YouGov survey found that overall more than half (54%) of those in the UK are against Brexit, with Scots being the most pro-EU. 

The percentage for Scotland is higher than the 62% who voted to Remain in the EU referendum in 2016.

The rest of the UK's results were a mixed picture with 66% of those in London against leaving the EU, 53% in North England, 49% in the south of England and 46% in the Midlands and Wales.

The news follows a debate on Wednesday about keeping keep the European flag flying over the Scottish Parliament after Brexit. 

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