Watch what happened when anti-Brexit activist Steve Bray confronted Dominic Cummings... again!
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The staunch anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray has confronted Dominic Cummings in Westminster for the second time.
It is part of his mission to interrogate Brexiteers in London as they go about their work.
Cummings, the Vote Leave 'mastermind' and a senior adviser to Boris Johnson, was on his way to work when Bray started filming him and joined him for a walk.
"Not going well for you guys, is it?" Bray asked.
"You know the people are standing up now don't you? I'm campaigning myself, there's a lot of undecided voters out there."
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Bray is standing for the Liberal Democrats in Cynon Valley, South Wales.
"You're the only dodgy one around here. So come on, can I ask you who came up with the Conservative Party's fact check site? That was a bade idea wasn't it," Bray added.
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In August last year Bray confronted the adviser to the prime minister in a similar attack.
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"Not going well is it. Here's a new one for you - get Boris gone. I'm not angry. I'm just sorry that we're in this state".
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