What a week of two halves
On Saturday, the extraordinary pleasure of marching with around 100,000 other anti-Brexit believers through the streets of London. A joyous occasion - even in the shadow of the recent Westminster tragedy it filled the optimism levels back to something close to normal.
Then, of course, Theresa May pulled the sump plug on that by triggering Article 50.
Many found much reason to be depressed at that. Us too. But we also found ourselves filled with a resolve that our voice was now as important as ever. Maybe more so.
The next two years are going to be interesting to say the least. Traumatic possibly. But we don't give up hope that this much vaunted 'will of the British people' will change very clearly as the true consequences of Brexit become clear.
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- 2 Brexiteer musician accused of hypocrisy after demanding No 10 help bands with EU visa
- 3 Tory minister admits UK rejected EU's music visa offer in order to 'take back control' of borders
- 4 PMQs: Ben Bradshaw calls out Boris Johnson over Brexit lies
- 5 ‘Don’t haste ye back’ - Nicola Sturgeon's perfect farewell message to Donald Trump
- 6 Piers Morgan calls on Priti Patel to resign over missing crime records fiasco
- 7 Tory MPs vote down Lords bid to protect NHS from post-Brexit trade deals
- 8 9 of the best tweets of Donald Trump leaving the White House
- 9 Boris Johnson narrowly avoids defeat over vote on trade deals with genocidal regimes
- 10 Trump caller hangs up on James O'Brien after failing to cite ex-president's 'truths'
Until next week