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President Sarkozy is locked in a TV debate right now, fighting to hold on to office. He's trailing his socialist rival Francois Hollande in the polls with four days to go to the final vote. Tonight's debate is really his last chance to claw back some support. From Paris, our European editor James Mates reports.