My favourite memory is of Steve Bray circumventing the scaffolding issue by raising the placards on 20 foot poles.
I got involved in the anti-Brexit movement through Vote for Europe when I saw the first 'flags at the Proms' action. That was when I realised that others were taking actions to reject Brexit.
I was the one being called a traitor because unicorns don't exist. I was politically homeless but my anger and desire to show my displeasure led me to SODEM.
I wanted to fight Brexit in the memory of my Father, who was rescued from Dunkirk, but died in peacetime in France.
Sometimes when I was feeling down about Brexit I would just go and stand with the SODEM gang to remind me I wasn’t alone.
I felt compelled in a way I had never previously felt to try and stop the terrible mistake of Brexit happening and Steve was an inspiring focus.