I was following Steve's tweets, and remember one about a young man being assaulted, and thought 'these people need support'.
We may not have won the battle, but we must win the war. Peace is too important to sacrifice for an inadequate and insignificant politician’s career aspirations.
I wanted the world to see that not all British people wished to leave the EU.
I work in social care with people from all over the world and see this as a very positive thing. It also meant that I was and am very aware of the damage this would and has done to the EU nationals whom I work with...
I believe that SODEM will form the nucleus of the movement to rejoin the EU and dispense with our corrupt 'government'.
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. :-)
Brexit was a con, Brexit still is a Con. Brexit's not done, we have been done.
Billionaires don't spend millions deploying weapons-grade psy-ops and hiring thugs to beat up protesters, murder MPs, just to be foiled by simple grass-roots people-power. But, but but ...
The company I was working for had to pay for a lawyer to go through so much red tape when they sponsored me to get permanent residency. So, I knew the British and all European people had a great gift from the EU called "freedom of movement."
We left a red rose and EU flag on Jeremy Corbyn's front gate as a gentle (and unsuccessful) reminder that many existing and potential Labour supporters were Remainers.