Politics What awaits Macron after France's run-off?
French President Emmanuel Macron may find himself without a ruling majority during his second term and deprived of the ability to push through his economic reform agenda with a free hand, after a new left-wing alliance came neck-and-neck with his bloc in the first round of voting. Lucy Fielder has more.
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