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On Thursday, the leaders of the three main parties in Britain take part in a crucial televised election debate on the economy. It will be the final debate before the May 6 election.
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The race has narrowed after nearly three weeks of campaigning and Conservative leader David Cameron and Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg are locked in a dead heat.
Labour leader Gordon Brown though is still very much in the race and is only trailing a few points behind in opinion polls.
However, after Brown's 'bigot' gaffe on Wednesday, it is unclear how that will affect him at the polls.
We want to know what you think of the debate. Who are the winners and losers? Who do you think will win the general election next week?