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Communist and voting Le Pen

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Last summer, the leader of the French far right, Jean-Marie Le Pen, stood aside, handing the leadership of his party to his youngest daughter Marine. Less controversial and more personable, she is winning support on all sides in France.

From Abbeville in northern France, Christian Fraser reports on the growing popularity and the striking diversity of new National Front voters.


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