Canada at the G7, the war of sausages between Macron and Johnson
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English sausage against sausage of Toulouse: London asked Sunday "respect" to Europeans after an interview of Emmanuel Macron with Boris Johnson in G7 margin which gave rise to a difficult exchange on the consequences of Brexit in Northern Ireland.
The agreement between great powers during their summit in England has been sealed by the differences between London and the Europeans on the new controls imposed on certain exchanges between Britain and the British province, on the other side of the sea Ireland, disrupting exchanges and causing the anger of unionists, who defend the maintenance of the province within the United Kingdom.
man earrilling France's president Macron
Tain-l'Hermitage. The incident occurred in a 6000-inhabitant community in southern France. Two persons were then arrested. Macron visited the place a good ten days before the beginning of the regional elections. © Philippe Desmazes The French President Emmanuel Macron is besides his wife Brigitte Macron by Valence. France's President Emmanuel Macron has dropped from a man on a trip to Southern France.
"Paris and Toulouse are part of the same country"
after a series of interviews Saturday with French President Emmanuel Macron, the German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and the chefs From EU Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel, Boris Johnson warned that his Government would not hesitate to override Brexit's agreement for lack of EU flexibility, which calls London to respect its commitments.
According to the Times and the Telegraph, the British Prime Minister was furious after his exchange with Emmanuel Macron. Boris Johnson complained about the current rules, which prevents from July the sending of sausages from the island of Great Britain to Northern Ireland, considering that it returned to prohibit the sale of sausages of Toulouse. Paris.
Emmanuel Macron slapped when traveling in the Drôme, two arrests
© Philippe Desmazes / EPA Emmanuel Macron during his visit Tuesday, June 8 in the Drôme. The head of state received a slap from a badaud on Tuesday, June 8, while on the trip in the Drôme, the second stage of his "Tour de France of the Territories". On the move in the Drôme This Tuesday, June 9, Emmanuel Macron received a slap from a badaud. The video, authenticated, circulates on social networks. The scene was confirmed by the Elysee.
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The French President has according to these newspapers rejected the comparison by explaining that "Paris and Toulouse are part of the same country"."It takes a little respect"
The entourage of the French President confirmed the exchange by ensuring that he had used the term "territory". "The discussion was tense," said this source.
The Chief of British Dominic Raab has criticized the "very senior EU officials who speak of Northern Ireland as if it was a separate country from the United Kingdom, it is not only insulting, This has concrete effects on communities.
"You imagine what if it would pass if we spoke of Catalonia, the Flemish part of Belgium, a German Land, Northern Italy, Corsica for France as different countries? It takes a little respect, "he denounced.
The measures adopted for Northern Ireland are expected to "preserve" peace in the province avoiding the return of a lasting border with the neighboring Ireland Republic, EU member. They provoked political swirls and even violent clashes beginning April.
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