Annie Wight, a seventeen-year-old schoolgirl, wasn’t looking for either love or notoriety when she got swept up in 'London Whatever', a grassroots movement offering support and healthcare to gay girls and women. In the struggle to end violence against women, she stumbled on the love of her life and grew to be a key public figure. The movement bore the brunt of the homophobic attacks of Nolan Kard, Lord Mayor of London. Rich entrepreneur turned politician known for his off-hand attitude and tasteless humour, he was campaigning to ‘Keep London Straight’. Annie became his number one target and that of his rogue police, not to mention his sinister gang of ghostwriters, the nightmare of all his enemies.