It might be me but it feels like there is some real momentum gathering behind the work of us "Citizens of nowhere", "Ultra-Remainers", "Enemies of the people", Remainers, Remoaners, Snowflakes and INsurgents.
On the "enemies of the people" front (i.e. those who exercise their democratic right to use our legal system to defend all our democratic rights) we see credible legal challenges being mounted among others by the A50 Challenge (@A50challenge) and by Jolyon Maugham and the Good Law Project (@GoodLawProject)
Carole Cadwalladr (@carolecadwalla) continues to demonstrate amazing resolve, journalistic diligence and bravery in reporting on the foreign involvement in the gerrymandered referendum. Slowly the evidence she has been uncovering for a while is starting to snowball
The marches in Brighton, Manchester and 12 UK cities all pulled in huge numbers (unbeknown to the BBC who can only report on marches in Catalonia it appears).
And all the time individuals - too many to mention - keep chipping away at the rockaface of Brexit ignorance. To cite just two examples - the great Madeleina Kay (@albawhitewolf) keeps the fight going in UK schools and the European parliament. If you haven't seen Femi's (@Femi_Sorry) complete destruction of Farage live on the radio - it's worth a watch/listen (https://twitter.com/Femi_Sorry/status/923431188450238465)
We've been asked by a few people to publish this leaderboard more regularly - so we will.
This week for the first time we've added some elected officials. We'd resisted this for a while as we thought it would skew the results. But there are some politicians (MEPs) who are working very hard to save the UK from it's self-inflicted Brexit disaster and we've been asked to add them in - so we have.
So what can we do but keep on keeping on. We always win in the end