Bray holds placards and waves Union and EU flags as he protests outside of the Houses of Parliament in London. AFP / Ben Stansall
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LONDON: A single voice rings out through the ornate corridors of Britain's Houses of Parliament, a regular shout from the street with a simple message: "Stoooppp Brexit!" Wearing a blue top hat with a gold band styled on the European Union flag, Steve Bray has spent more than a year standing outside Parliament in an extraordinarily persistent protest.Now that members of Parliament prepare to make a historic decision Tuesday on whether or not to accept a Brexit deal agreed with EU leaders, the 59-year-old is ready with placards and flags.Bray has been outside Parliament everyday that it has been in session since September 2017 -- normally for seven hours at a time -- whatever the weather.Bray believes a second referendum could deliver a different result.Bray is reticent about his life before the Parliament protest, only noting that his campaign began on social media during the 2016 vote, with attempts to persuade friends to oppose Brexit.
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