The retired carpenter is still waiting for his refund from the RSI

RSI written to a Retired Carpenter to pay him “Two Billion Euros”

The régime social des indépendants, RSI, still has not transferred to the retired carpenter the whopping amount announced in its letter … A retired carpenter from  Saint-Bonnet-le-Courreau, near Lyon, received a surprising letter from the social security scheme for self-employed, Régime social des indépendants ( RSI ) that Newspaper Le Progress published on Thursday. In the letter, dated […]

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Weather. A Restless Friday: Rain, Strong Winds and Snow

This Friday will be hectic, with rain, strong wind, snow. Charente-Maritime and Gironde are orange flood alert. During the night of Thursday to Friday, a new active disturbance approached the west. It will bring substantial rain. Overflow will be feared in estuaries, particularly in Gironde at the sea of ​​Friday morning. This disturbance will rush […]

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The CNIL have issued a notice to Facebook over privacy concerns on Private data

Personal Data: The CNIL issued an Ultimatum to Facebook

The social network has three months to come into compliance with French law on personal data … Three months, and after that will be the sanction. The National Commission on Informatics and Liberties (CNIL) has set an ultimatum on Monday to Facebook for the social network to comply with the Data Protection Act regarding the […]

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MPs have voted for the inclusion of the State of Emergency into the Constitution

The Assembly voted the inclusion of the State of Emergency into the Constitution

MPs voted on Monday night to the inclusion of the state of emergency in the fundamental law of the Constitution. The French Parliament adopted on Monday by 103 votes against 26, Article I of the bill in the constitution the state of emergency in place in the wake of the attacks of 13 November. This […]

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No labelling of the origin of meat in 50 percent of processed meat products

No Labeling of the Origin in more than 50% of Processed Meats

The consumer association UFC Que Choisir unveiled Monday … The UFC Que Choisir consumer association announced today, Monday that the indication of the origin of meat in processed products, a claim breeders who are not required today, was absent for more than half of the products meat. In total, 54% of processed meat products do […]

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Strong winds and high stormy waves are still predicted for the Atlantic coast on Tuesday

Weather. Strong winds and Giant Waves still Expected on Tuesday

Tuesday, a new weather disturbance on the Atlantic coastline will cross the country. It has already lead to large orange alerts on the western coast. Are placed in amber alert for high waves and flooding is 13 departments – those of Britain, the Pas-de-Calais and Manche (50), Calvados (14), Seine-Maritime (76), Somme (80) , Loire-Atlantique (44), Vendée (85), […]

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French Air strikes in Syria have destroyed a training camp of Islamic state

French Air Strikes Destroy a Daech Training Camp in Syria

Air strikes have destroyed a “training camp” of the Islamic State group according to the French Ministry of Defence. This raid, organized in conjunction with aircraft of the coalition led by Washington on Monday, was conducted “at sixty kilometres north-east of Aleppo in Manbij region,” said a statement from the French Ministry of Defence. We […]

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Agricultural crisis continues in Brittany with protests planned at Supermarkets

Agricultural Crisis: Black Thursday for Carrefour and Leclerc

The Agricultural Crisis continues with the FDSEA 56 and JA 56 decided to block a dozen supermarkets and hypermarkets on Thursday 4th February and tomorrow, Friday 5th in Morbihan. The agricultural crisis is set to continue, with members of the farmers union targeting ten stores which are planned to be well blocked off this Thursday […]

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Ségolène Royal believes that this relaxation of the legislation is too "lax".

Diesel Test. Ségolène Royal Criticizes the European Parliament Vote

Since the vote of the European Commission, the new diesel vehicles can exceed 110% of nitrogen dioxide emission limits allowed until 2020. The French Minister of Ecology, Segolene Royal, denounced in an interview published Thursday by Le Parisien the vote of the European Parliament, which approved Wednesday an easing of polluting gases emission tests for […]

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