The January edition of Connexion is now on its way to subscribers and is available in shops from this weekend.
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Highlights this month include:
UK set for January Brexit - what you need to know
‘Ultra’ Brexiteer MPs could force PM’s hand
UK election result ‘gives certainty’ to our citizens here
Reassure Britons in EU more before we sign off on the deal
All still to play for, says former UK ambassador
What does the Withdrawal Agreement include
What is set to change in France in 2020
France's pension reforms strikes set to continue well into new year
French MP aims to stop daily barrage of cold calls
Bloctel? ‘It’s about as much use as a chocolate fireguard’
Make sense of ... online medical records
Food and drink
Rick Stein's taste of France
Why French drinkers are turning to bio wines
Why the French booze but don’t binge
What’s new for taxes and money in France in 2020
The Tiny House phenomenon: Yes, you can live the dream in your own little house on the prairie ... or wherever
RSI ends: what changes for self-employed in France?
Choose investments that will work in UK and in France
January's edition also Connexion also features:
How President Macron can face down France's pension protesters
Children with learning difficulties can have a bright future in France – if you’re determined
Using vous to lover ‘is sexy thing to do’
The no-licence car you can drive in France from age 14
Is it possible to use BBC iPlayer in France?
Stand by for direct five-hour UK to Bordeaux rail link
Getting around ... scooter permits and driving issues
Debate: For and against €200 fines for drug users
Little-known war artist’s sketches and letters give new view of trench life in World War One
The Indian city that's more French than France
Property watch: Brittany
Record 1,500 French chateaux for sale
The French town that gave New York its first name
Cold snow, hot dance, and fine art - what's on across France in January 2020
+ Bilingual crosswords + quiz + readers’ letters + books and films + lots more
+ Businesses and tradespeople serving English-speakers in France
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