– Now it is time for the broadcast. No cops. We run!
Steve Bray fix the blue cylinderhatten and jump over the roadblock that had been set up around the park.
With firm steps he walks towards the five-meter-high platforms that the TV channels built to undisturbed be able to send live with parliament in the background. The platforms are relatively new, and the BBC claim that they built, as a routine action – but Steve Bray believes he caused them.
– It is said that they added the 10,000-pound (120.000 dollars) to build them. And I paid 10 pound for this, he laughs and shows up two long plastpinnar.
fixed. The text for the day reads: ”We Want a People's Vote” (”We want a referendum”).
When the BBC's presenter and a few minutes later the consignment it will not take long until ava shows up behind him. Slowly swaying, the back and forth, an absurd, and (yes, significantly british) humorous light.
the news anchor says a little wryly:
" I have got to know that some of you are disturbed by those who are demonstrating here behind. They seem to have gotten longer placard...
a constable walking, and Steve Bray is packing up and wandering off with them over your shoulder.
" They can't have police officers on site the entire time, and it takes 10 minutes before they arrive. Though they usually just say: ”Oh, come on, Steve, time to go,” he says with a with a wry smile.Activist Steve Bray uses long plastpinnar to reach out with their message to stop Brexit. Photo: Mark Earthy
the 49-year-old welsh is really the coin collectors to the profession, but the past year has been an activist full-time. As soon as the lower house holds session, he stands outside the building with their placards – and he stays all day. Now and then, you hear Bray's patented cry: ”STOP... BREXIT..!”
His just as uninvited as the regular participation in the BBC's and Sky News for news has given him something of cult following in the uk Brexit debate.
" We were deceived in the referendum. Much of the information we received was false. They dragged us into this without any plan at all – and now they do not know what to do. So yes, I really think we should get to vote again, " says Bray, who now appeared in the background with placards during the more than one hundred TELEVISION interviews.
drowned, he ”brexitören” Jacob Rees-Moggs press conference outside the parliament with their "Stop Brexit”-roar. It provoked a lot of leave-followers – but among the britons who are attracted by the idea of a second referendum has Steve Bray has become mightily popular.
" I just want to thank you for all you do! says Catherine Wray, a retired teacher from Canterbury, stopping to shake steve's hand.
Activist thank you humbly and lift the cylinderhatten, before he turns his gaze to the TV platforms. The police have disappeared.
" I will not give me until we stopped the Brexit. And believe me, it will happen, " he says, a few minutes before the next newscast begins.
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