In the final televised debate before next week's general elections, the U.K.'s prime ministerial candidates went head-to-head over the economy and taxes. As it stands, the election is too close to call, though Gordon Brown certainly didn't help his chances on Wednesday when he was caught off camera calling a voter "bigoted." The Labour Party leader began the debate by making a case for his leadership, saying he knew "how to run the economy in good times and bad." Conservative leader David Cameron took a stance on banks and backing the pound, while Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg promised fairer taxes and to "do things differently" regarding the economy.
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