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Poll: How will you be supporting Comic Relief?

10:26 05 February 2013

Would you sponsor a friend to sit in a bath of beans? Or would you rather gve through your wages?

Would you sponsor a friend to sit in a bath of beans? Or would you rather gve through your wages?

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AS Red Nose Day draws closer, we are asking readers how they would prefer to give to charity. Wherever you go, people are asking for your help - collection tins are rattled in the street, drinkers are asked to dip deep in the pub, and countless sponsorship forms are passed around the office.

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You can even donate through your wages, depending on where you work.

How would you rather donate to charity? Vote in our online poll.

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