For 29-year-old communications worker, Naomi Penfold, taking the train right down to London from Cambridge for Saturday’s “Put it to the People” rally was intimidating.
“It’s been over ten years since I actually have been on a march,” she said. “Normally, we Brits keep quiet and grumble. however with Brexit there’s an excessive amount at stake.”
Armed with a home-made sign spoken communication, “I’m British and i am bothered,” Penfold said she desires Brexit overturned, as swimmingly as attainable and as soon as possible, like several of the those that took half in London’s biggest protests since the Iraq country war