The many quiet "Thank you for being here" comments from passers-by is enough for me to know that taking action, even if it just gives one person some hope and joy, is totally worth it. :-)
I would never have dreamed before Brexit happened that so many people were prepared to stand up and be counted as pro-Europeans and it seemed that this sentiment actually grew as a result of Brexit.
My 2 children ... have been badly hit by the loss of Freedom of Movement and I am glad we tried so hard to save the day.
I'm a working class woman, and the way that Remainers are characterised as elitist and privileged annoys me intensely. It's one of the many, many, many lies that the Brexit leaders told.
I couldn't vote in the referendum and I felt very wronged, because after 26 years living and working in the UK, I loved this country as if it was mine.
To see how appalling lies and lawbreaking have been allowed to triumph has made me angry, ashamed and has destroyed my faith and patriotism in this country.
I identify as European. I'm an inside organiser for EU Flags at the Proms.
I met Steve when he was sleeping in Hyde Park, before SODEM started, doing his one-week protest.
I planned to leave the UK, but kept putting it off as I love this country, my home of 50 years. And I am devastated to leave family and friends behind in this chaos.
A proud Remainer from the start, I campaigned for Stronger In. Our group (Lewisham East) continued after the referendum and continues to campaign now, to rejoin.