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Steve Bray Faces SECOND Company Being Struck Off – “He Needs To Get a Job!” Says Lee Anderson



Anti-Brexit and serial street irritant Steve Bray has once again failed to file the statutory confirmation statement for his campaigning company – leading some to think he may be attempting to stop the press and public seeing who is really funding him and where he’s spending the cash. 

Steve Bray’s campaigning company, SODEM Action Limited, will be struck-off from Companies House, with the first gazette notice for compulsory strike-off being issued in just four days time.

The confirmation statement is now over two months late, the website Guido has confirmed.

Guido wrote that: “A previous iteration of SODEM was struck off after… failing to publish its confirmation statement. It’s almost as if he doesn’t want anyone seeing his company’s filing…”

Speaking to Guido, Tory MP Lee Anderson said: “Steve is an absolute loser – he’s a pariah and serial coward. Now he’s run out of cash he needs to pack it in, stop hanging around street corners and get a proper job and contribute towards society.”


In June of last year, Bray, a former coin dealer and unsuccessful Liberal Democrat parliamentary candidate, posted videos on Twitter showing police officers approaching him near Parliament Square on Tuesday.

During the incident, the officers seized the sound equipment Bray has used since the UK voted to leave the European Union to harass and annoy MPs and passersby outside Westminster.

The Metropolitan police said Bray’s equipment had been seized under section 145 of the 2011 Police Reform Social Responsibility Act, which gives the force power to seize items being used for prohibited activities in Parliament Square. That includes operating amplified sound equipment in the controlled area.


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