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France's Fillon struggles to win back voters after job scandal

Thursday, February 9, 2017 - 05:50

Protesters with a banner reading: Unemployed, precarious - fake jobs for everyone, during the visit of French presidential candidate Francois Fillon to the Mediatheque du Grand Troyes, in Troyes on Feb 7.


CONSERVATIVE French presidential candidate Francois Fillon appealed to voters on Wednesday via a newspaper column to back his campaign, trying to claw back support after losing his place as frontrunner over accusations of fake jobs for his family.

Mr Fillon has managed to

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