Farage reacts to supporters cheering him from Westminster Bridge.
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Britain's opposing EU referendum camps took their war of words onto the water Wednesday as campaigners manning rival boats hurled abuse at each other in bizarre scenes outside parliament on the River Thames.What was quickly dubbed on Twitter the "Battle of the Thames" had begun earlier in the day when campaigners for Britain to leave the EU sent a flotilla of some 30 fishing boats up the river decked in colorful flags and anti-EU banners.The leader of the anti-EU UKIP party Nigel Farage joined one boat, highlighting what the Brexit campaign argue is the damage being done to Britain's fishing industry by European Union quotas.Finance Minister George Osborne, who is campaigning for Britain to remain in the 28-member bloc, said that schools, hospitals and the army would all have their funding slashed if Britons vote to leave.
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