He's a man with a mission.
ANTI-BREXIT PROTESTER, STEVE BRAY, SHOUTING (English): "STOP BREXIT."
For the last 15 months, Steve Bray has endeavoured to stand outside parliament day after day, after day - every day its members are in session, in fact.
He's protesting Britain's departure from the European Union.
The Welshman says he stands outside parliament from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m, boasts he's spoken with more than 70 lawmakers, and regularly crashes TV broadcasts.
And if they build a bigger platform that crops him out, he gets a bigger sign.
(SOUNDBITE) (English) ANTI-BREXIT PROTESTER, STEVE BRAY, SAYING:
"I'm very passionate about what I do and I always give a hundred percent. To me this massive social injustice, it is already tearing our nation apart (...) I will be here for as long as it takes to stop Brexit, if need be reverse Brexit. How long is a piece of string?"
The 49 year-old is a self-employed coin dealer. He's put that gig on hold since he started his Brexit protest in September 2017.
He lives "as cheaply as possible," he says, supporters give him hot food and drink and rent-free accommodation.
He also receives "the odd private donation, here and there".
That's not to say, he's always out there by himself.