I went to the demo in London with my family. It was the biggest demonstration I had ever been on, so big that we stood going nowhere for a long time, went for a coffee, came back and still the march had not moved on. We had come from the Midlands and met many young people who had never been on a demonstration before, for many of them this was the beginning of their political involvement. It reminded me of my youth when I first attended anti-war demonstrations during the Vietnam War. It was a memorable day and we were proud to be part of it.