What's inside our May edition

Our May issue includes exclusive interviews with director David Lynch and British ambassador Sir Peter Westmacott

28 April 2010

THE MAY issue of The Connexion is out now, packed with 68 pages of news, interviews and practical information about life in France. Here's a peek at what's inside.

Big interviews

Our man in Paris, British ambassador Sir Peter Westmacott on diplomacy, royalty, rows and beef

Director David Lynch on how France supports artistic creation

Film critic Thierry Frémaux – the man who picks the Cannes Festival’s films

Former Bank of France chief Michel Camdessus

Practical help

The do's and don'ts of inviting neighbours for apéritifs

What to know if you break down on the motorway

Becoming a market trader

How to get a disabled badge

News

Discounts fly in store wars

New health bodies fight medical deserts

Vegetarians march for rights

Rail strike hurts SNCF

Plus...

Election spotlight: Main parties answer expat Q&A

Golf: It's time to head to the course

Money: Your income tax queries answered, plus help filling in your wealth tax return

Where we live: Our guide to all that's good on the French Riviera

What’s On: Hot-air balloons, the Nuit des Musées, bank holidays and cheese festivals

Food: How France invented today’s strawberry

Language: How to tackle the talk of the playground

Gardening: Towns and garden centres openly flout organic pesticide ban

How to find the paper

Subscribe to The Connexion today to be get the paper delivered to your door every month from the June issue.

The May issue is also available from newsagents all over the country. Find your nearest stockist here.

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