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>> A fish market and a factory floor of shoes. Welcome to the final push for votes in Britain's EU referendum. Brexiteer Boris Johnson trying to sway undecideds that leaving the EU isn't a red herring. Prime Minister David Cameron argued the EU is still the best fit for Britain.
>> I think, luckily, these aren't quite my size.>> And then there's the British politician who, for more than two decades, has been working towards this moment.>> I'm Boris here in Westminster where UKIP leader Nigel Farage has delivered his last speech of the EU referendum campaign. And no surprises that it's focused somewhat on immigration.
>> And this the last time in this campaign I'm gonna do this. But we don't even have a British passport anymore. All right, we've got a European Union one.>>
>> That argument could hardly be more different to those being made to remain.
With Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn delivering this EU defense.>> The best cross-border framework to defend living standard's rights and protections for our people.>> After weeks of intense campaigning, polls suggest this referendum is simply to close to call. They've been wrong before and bookies are betting on a remain vote.
But neither camp appears prepared to cash in just yet. Around the UK Wednesday, politicians have been making their last ditch pitches.>> When polls open, we'll learn who people have actually been listening to.