Expats should take French nationality - FN

THE Front National has defended its discriminatory policies as new polls show Marine Le Pen has a seven-point lead in the first round of the presidential election.

English-speakers have expressed concern over FN pledges such as taxing employers an extra 10% on the salaries of any non-French workers and a ban on existing and future dual nationality with a non-European state.

Other policies include restricting family allowance to French families, slashing net immigration, a referendum on leaving the EU and a pledge to enshrine a principle of ‘putting the French first’ in the constitution. On the tax plan, Roger Haigh of the Franco-British Chamber of Commerce in Dordogne said firms would probably still take on non-French workers if there was a “real need” ...

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