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French presidential race still looks very close

A solid result for incumbent Emmanuel Macron in yesterday’s first round of the French presidential election has helped to allay fears of a Le Pen presidency. But the latest polls still point to a very tight race and the momentum is still with Marine Le Pen, who will benefit from the focus on the cost of living.

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