All quiet on France’s second solidarity day front

Plans to remove one of France’s 11 public holidays to help fund increased support for older people have gone quiet.

In 2004, an annual “solidarity day” was chosen to take place on Pentecost (Whit) Monday, in which workers “gave up” a day’s pay to fund care for the elderly.

But since 2008 ...

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