I arrived on an assignment in Westminster a few days before Boris Johnson announced to prorogue Parliament which brought out demonstrators in London.
I had left my camera at home and had to pay £144 for it to be couriered overnight. Instead of packing my charger, my dad put my external DVD player in the box and my battery was flat.
I paid the porter to take my battery to a camera shop in Victoria for them to charge for an hour before my break. Then had two hours to photograph a demonstration before rushing back to my job with The Baroness, an ex peer from the House of Lords.
Theresa May and the EU agree with a deal
The MP’s reject the deal
So there is no deal
The date to leave extends
To make a deal
When there is no deal
Referendum – Rejection – Extension
And now they want
Extension – Rejection – Referendum
I’d be surprised if the EU don’t give the UK up