MPs are back in parliament and so is anti-Brexit campaigner Steve Bray.
Before the summer recess, he vowed to protest ‘twice as loud’ after police seized his amplifiers.
The top hat-wearing demonstrator had moved from a traffic island to the pavement across the road, but police told him it was still in a designated area where noisy protesting is forbidden under the new Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Act.
At the time Mr Bray told the PA news agency: “I’ve got more amps on order and I’m going to link four amps together – not this week, maybe next week – and it’ll be twice as loud as it was here to compensate for the move to the corner.
“In fact, I’m going to wire eight together.”
Mr Bray shouted “this is ridiculous, this is fascism” as officers told him to stop.
And he was true to his word, as he followed Dominic Raab with a sign behind him that alluded, not very subtly, to “Tory bulls**t.’
Tobias Elwood also got the rude sign treatment.
Bray got sent packing from the gates of Downing Street by police, so took his protests to the Foreign Office.
He wasn’t too complimentary about two outgoing ministers, Priti Patel and Nadine Dorries.