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With the new French president polishing the EU's image, Brussels is looking brighter both to European citizens and those abroad. Will the bloc seize the "Macron momentum" and stride boldly into the future?
A magazine report claims France and Germany will share responsibility for EU regulations on banking and drugs after Britain leaves the European Union. A decision is expected in October.
Never before in France's history has there been such radical yet democratic change in the political elite as the landslide election victory of En Marche. President Emmanuel Macron’s movement now controls parliament.
Since he took over the reins of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn has made rapid progress as opposition leader. His rhetoric in favor of small business is likely to benefit trade relations between the UK and Germany.
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