‘Lovely to see you!’: Richard Tice hilariously trolls ‘Stop Brexit Man’ Steve Bray as UK marks anniversary

‘Lovely to see you!’: Richard Tice hilariously trolls ‘Stop Brexit Man’ Steve Bray as UK marks anniversary

Richard Tice hilariously trolls Steve Bray

Ben Chapman

By Ben Chapman

Published: 31/01/2024

- 18:47

It is the four-year anniversary of Brexit

Richard Tice marked the fourth anniversary of Brexit by “making up” with campaigner Steve Bray.

Bray, known as ‘Stop Brexit Man’ thanks to his antics outside Parliament, was approached by the Reform UK leader who arrived wanting a handshake.

“I am going to come and make up with Steve Bray on the fourth anniversary of Brexit Day”, Tice said as he approached a group of Rejoiners.

Holding out his hand, Tice was then confronted by anti-Brexit protesters who branded him a “traitor” for his efforts in securing the UK’s departure from the bloc.

Steve Bray and Richard Tice

Richard Tice marked Brexit's four-year anniversary by meeting up with Steve Bray


After a short period of bargaining, Bray then obliged and shook Tice’s hand, before telling him that Britain has undergone a “bad Brexit”.

Tice, departing the scene after securing a handshake, then quipped: “Lovely to see you.”


A furious anti-Brexit protester then remarked as the Reform leader departed: “We want to rejoin.”

Four years on from the UK’s departure of the bloc, Britons spoke to GB News about how they feel it has gone since.

One person said: "I'm a fisherman and my quota before we left was a waste of time. I couldn't work, I couldn't live on it.

"Now because of Brexit, I can catch a ton of skate a week, a month. Now I'm allowed to catch 10-ton skates a month."

Richard Tice

Richard Tice beamed as he departed the scene


Richard Tice

Richard Tice was confronted by angry Rejoiners


Another said: " I am very disappointed and we can now look forward to the future. But God knows what's going to happen when it comes to an election. I don't regret it.

"I was a leaver and I remain that we should be independent and stand on our own feet. But unfortunately, no one in government has got the guts to stand up and do what the people want."

However, a lingering sentiment amongst Britons was perceived Tory ineffectiveness when it came to reaping the rewards of leaving the EU.

“I don’t feel like anythings changed really”, one said.

“We all got told a load of tosh”, she added. “It’s a shame Boris has gone because he was the one who started the ball rolling and I think if he hadn’t got kicked out we might have got better.”

“We haven’t moved on as much as I would have liked”, another said.

“I feel like at the moment, nothing much is moving. Especially with the boats crossing the Channel.”

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