I had just been told by Department for Health and Social Care that my grandad’s medication was at risk from no deal. That was the final straw.
I felt I had no voice politically and was totally unrepresented. Getting into political activism and protesting regularly outside Parliament is the only thing I can thank my ex-MP, Baroness Hoey for.
It was having Steve and the group from SODEM there day after day as they were the country’s Remain beacon who we deeply respected and coalesced around.
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.
My favourite memory is being able to meet so many like-minded people from all over the country and from abroad. I loved talking to passing tourists (usually Americans) who wanted to understand the politics.
My favourite memory is of Steve Bray circumventing the scaffolding issue by raising the placards on 20 foot poles.
I came because I wanted to stand up and be counted. Also, as a photographer I wanted to record something of these historical events.
I first came when I filmed Steven Bray for my Stop Brexit film POSTCARDS FROM THE 48%.
I believe that Britain is Great in Europe - indeed I know it, having led or represented UK contributions to European initiatives.
I came to support those who are there day in, day out, and particularly Steve Bray, who has shown such courage and determination, and given so much!