Nigel Farage lost for words when he bumps into anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray
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Nigel Farage isn't usually lost for words, but when he bumped into anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray he suddenly fell silent.
Holding two signs making clear his opposition to Brexit, Bray starts to shout at Nigel Farage as he leaves a meeting.
"Nation before party!" he tells the Brexiteer, who looks less than pleased to bump into him.
As he is bundled into a car by minders, Bray points out: "You're on a double yellow line, Mr Farage!"
"Nation before party!" he continues to shout as he holds up a sign next to his car saying 'lead with facts, not leave with lies'.
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"We're never leaving!" the campaigner shouts as the car drives off.
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