Stop Brexit man Steve Bray explodes with anger after Tory MP Lee Anderson steals his hat
The pair are seen clashing in video footage posted online
Anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray reacted furiously to Conservative MP Lee Anderson stealing his hat.
In video footage posted online, Bray approaches Anderson in Westminster, asking: “How’s the subsidised meals going Lee? Looks like you’re benefitting from them.”
Anderson replies: “It’s a New Year, but you’ve not got a new job yet.
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“Same old job. You’re still a parasite. You’re still a scrounger and you’re still a malingerer.”
The fiery encounter notches up a great as the MP grabs Bray’s hat from his head before retreating towards the entrance to a building.
Bray follows the politician towards the building, where the clash continued.
As Bray makes a move to retrieve his hat, an armed police officer emerges from the building to break the pair up.
Anderson smiles as he returns the hat, saying: “There you go.”
The pair have clashed before, with the ‘Stop Brexit Man’ a regular fixture in Westminster as he regularly berates MPs for leaving the EU.
Bray confronted the 56-year-old MP in May 2022, where he questioned Anderson over the future of then Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
The MP told him: “At least I’ve got a job to lose. You haven’t got one.”
Bray replied: “My job’s annoying and holding people like you to account.”
The Brexiteer MP commented: “You’re nothing but a parasite. We’ve established that.”
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