We joined the N°10 Vigil as performers, writing and performing satirical versions of popular songs, all over the UK and Westminster in particular...
I launched Women for Europe and often went to Westminster with campaigning material and our banner en-route to Brussels.
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.
The atmosphere was great and inspired me to buy EU flags and hats, and we went on the two marches in July and October, and had our own mini-protest on a motorway bridge near home.
I wanted to fight Brexit in the memory of my Father, who was rescued from Dunkirk, but died in peacetime in France.
I campaigned with Stronger In, but it was fairly pathetic. I was devastated by the result but hoped we would stay close like Norway.
I can't simply 'go home', since home is where I've been living for the past 32 or so years.
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.
Not having a vote in a referendum that changes everything motivated me to find a voice at SODEM with Steve Bray.
I always believed we could stop the madness of Brexit and I spent most of my waking hours on it.