My whole family were there. My wife and I came down from York and we met up with our two children who live in London. We assembled at Gower Street where it began to dawn on us how huge this was. It was hours until we moved off and the atmosphere was magnificent. The energy, the determination to make that statement that this was not our war. Labour lost a lifetime voter after that day and events proved who had had the correct analysis. We attended six more marches over the ensuing months but there has never been a day like that first one.