BBC News 24
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think, that is the shock of wrecks it. I do not believe it is true that we Europeans, actually, are condemned to go through such a wave of populism. Again, I.
BBC News 24
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insecurity was the term that was brought up again and again. What does it mean to be French? What does a person had to do, believe or speak to be recognised as French? When.
The Huffington Post
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Daily Express - Football
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BBC News 24
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The National Front suffered a disaster a couple of years ago, will it be different next time? First of all I am not part of Le Front National, I joined Marine Le Pen and an assembly of people that believe France can offer is future to the French people
BBC News 24
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use that word, you think it's a party that other French voters who support other parties can get behind question I believe so, if I joined Marine Le Pen and if many people will vote for her, it's because the one expressing a very strong project for France based on.
BBC News 24
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Macron has a completely different view of the future for France. He does not believe France has a future, he wants to dissolve front inside the European Union. He doesn't believe in our identity. He even said France doesn't have any culture. He believes more migrants should come into France. Marine Le Pen.
ABC News - Australia
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BBC News 24
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They believe France has changed since then and so are the party and they believe Marine Le Pen is a much better candidate than her father was. All of that will be put to the test in the next couple of weeks. This is a very important speech for Marine Le Pen I think. She knows,.
Herald Courier
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ROME (AP) — Jim Harbaugh didn't have a great answer, believe it or not.
Sky News
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here in France will be Fillon supporters who believe that if Emmanuel Macron simply represents the Socialist party in another guise, if only socialistic army minister, he has been very close to Francois Hollande the incumbent president. He brought Macron into politics and made.
Sky News
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being one of yours, a French man who loves his country and who will also always believe in it. Long live France, long live the Republic. APPLAUSE.
Sky News
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I would never forget. Legislative elections, you will allow the voice of the right in the centre to be heard. Don't disperse. Stay united, stay determined. Believe me strength will.
BBC News 24
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the second round lies. Arguing that she is not the candidate her father was. The National Front is not the party it was in the old days, and that also France finds itself in changed circumstances, to which she is the answer. I don't necessarily believe French voters are.
BBC Two England
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black. He is taking it on. Would you believe it, he overcut it? And he must have left something. There was one of those that you are playing, you.
BBC News 24
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well as anybody else. Clearly, all the people you speak to hear shed those doubts about what will happen in the second round, but the doubts are for the days and weeks to come. Tonight here it is about celebrating. They believe this is a breakthrough moment for.
Sky News
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Do you think it was right not to fight this election? I think it's still important to belong to socialism and I don't believe in the end of the death of socialism of a party. My responsibility will be.
Sky News
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but throwing his support behind Emmanuel Macron who we believe has come first in this first round of the French presidential election. Joining me now is the.
BBC News 24
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will be the next big focus for us in the next two weeks. I am confident, I believe in my country. What they did tonight is insane. It's awesome! OK, well done to you. Thank you very.
BBC News 24
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I am checking to see if the roof is still on here because there was an almighty cheer five minutes ago when the first projections came up. Everybody started waving their flags. A tremendous amount of noise. The first projection is exactly what they wanted. They wanted to get through to the second round. They believe that Emmanuel Macron will be able to get the votes of the other candidates who may have been knocked out,.
Mondoweiss
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To believe our lives are inextricably linked with others is lovely. To live out that belief can be hard. It becomes difficult to set priorities when so much is under attack. People make decisions about this all the time. With money: pay rent or buy food? With energy: fight for clean water or fight for racial equality? And in spite of knowing that these things overlap that environmental racism means one cannot fight for clean water without also fighting for racial equality, or that poverty means facing both food precarity and housing insecurity simultaneously we find ourselves making these choices nonetheless. There is simply not enough of ourselves to go around, and under inundation, even less. This may be why my poor white friends turned to Trump (“it’s about time we were seen”), why my white liberal friends turned to something else (“the world is ending”), my black friends of all socio-economic statuses turned to protest (“we have been here before”), and my undocumented students turned to sleeping in my office while ICE raided the Beach Flats.
BBC News 24
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heroine. They believe that this is an enormous political achievement for the National front, something of another breakthrough moment for that party. That is how it looks from here. The second time that they have got.
BBC One London
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You have elections about the future. And his party leader is pushing for a pro-European future to attract Londoners who voted to remain in the EU. If you believe Britain needs a strong, decent opposition, it's.
PerezHilton
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They basically believe what we all have come to know: she just did it for attention, and it was such a pitiful attempt, well, here we are now. Not a great look, Layla Lace. Not a great look at all. What is life?!