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The BBC News website wants to get people together to discuss the televised debate in the run up to the general election.

On Thursday 29 April, Gordon Brown, David Cameron and Nick Clegg will be taking part in a live Prime Ministerial Debate on BBC One. It will be broadcast from the Midlands. The first half of the programme will debate the economy.

Will be watching the debate? Do you think it will help you to decide who to vote for? How important is the economy for you? What do you want to hear from the next Prime Minister?

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