Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on June 12, 2019 at the National Assembly.

Tax cuts, PMAs, Unemployment, Retirement: What to Remember from Edouard Philippe’s Speech

The Prime Minister was speaking to the Assembly on Wednesday 12th June 2019 for his second general policy speech, which is to launch the works of Act II of the government “For two years now we have been governing and there is always urgency,” said Edouard Philippe in the preamble of his second policy statement on Wednesday, […]

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There will be no school transportation June 6, 2019 in Calvados for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day.

75th D-Day: No School Transport in Calvados and Five Schools Closed on June 6th

On June 6th, 2019, school transport will not circulate in Calvados for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day. Five schools will also be completely closed. Many disturbances are expected on June 6 for the 75th anniversary of the D-Day. Thursday 16th May, 2019, the Prefecture of Calvados has published the traffic plan for D-Day. A regulated circulation zone will be […]

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Emmanuel Macron spoke to the press and the French

Pensions, Taxes, RIC … Here are the Measures Announced by Emmanuel Macron

This Thursday 25th April, 2019, the Head of State, Emmanuel Macron spoke to the press and the French in response to the crisis of yellow vests. We take stock of his announcements. A new breath for the five-year period. This Thursday 25th April, 2019, Emmanuel Macron unveiled a series of measures in response to the great debate and the crisis of yellow […]

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Emmanuel Macron, November 4, 2018 at the Elysee.

Small Pensions, Lower Taxes, Removal of the ENA … What Emmanuel Macron Planned to Announce

Emmanuel Macron was to announce yesterday, Monday 15th April 15 at 8 pm on television these announcements to close the Great debate and end the social crisis of yellow vests. A recorded speech which was postponed following the fire of Notre-Dame de Paris. This is what must be remembered measures decided by the Head of State. The […]

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The Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer at the National Assembly, February 12, 2019 in Paris.

The School Act Blanquer: The Assembly Widely Adopts the Text

At the origin of lively debates, the first bill of the Macron government on education was voted by a large majority of MPs at first reading on Tuesday. Compulsory instruction from 3 years, teaching assignments entrusted to some supervisors, but also flags in the classroomsand same-sex parenting : after a week of often lively debates, the Assembly adopted on […]

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The National Assembly voted an amendment requiring the presence of a French and European flag in classrooms

Soon French and European Flags in all Classrooms?

During the examination of the draft law on education, the deputies voted an amendment obliging the presence of the national emblem of the Republic in the schools. Will all French classrooms soon be decorated with a French and European flag? On the night of Monday 11th to Tuesday 12th February, the deputies voted an amendment in this […]

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A National Strike is organised for the 5th February

February 5th Strike: Events, Disruption in Schools and Transport … What to Expect on Tuesday?

A national strike, launched by the CGT, is organised this Tuesday 5th February, throughout France. While it is difficult for the moment to estimate the extent of the mobilization, yellow vests should join the movement. The strike will have an impact on the public service and in particular the schools and canteens, the RATP, the SNCF … […]

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Mathieu Salvat, the developer engineer of the robot created in Lannion and Pierre Jacobs, the director Orange West.

Lannion: 36 Robots for Primary Schools

The children of the primary schools of Lannion will quickly make a new friend. His name is Oorobot. The primary schools of Lannion will be equipped with educational robots bought by the city and made in Lannion. Rounded shapes, two big wheels on the sides, a keyboard as a face, it answers to many educational tasks. This pure lannionnais product […]

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SNCF has launched a prevention campaign called "2:38", with the slogan "do not become another's nightmare

Collisions on Railways: The Warnings of the SCNF in Schools in Brittany

The SNCF makes young people aware of the risks to be introduced on the railways of its network. She launched a prevention campaign in schools in Brittany The main causes of mortality on the railways are related to unauthorized intrusions. At the national level, this represents 55 deaths per year and 34 serious injuries on more than 10,300 recorded intrusions. To […]

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No more mobile phones at school and college next September: the National Assembly began Thursday debates on a proposed law LREM taking a campaign promise Emmanuel Macron, but denounced as "cosmetic" by oppositions.

At the Beginning of the Next School Year, the Mobile Phone will be Forbidden at School

By a majority, MPs voted on Thursday afternoon a bill to an “effective ban” of mobile phones in schools and colleges. The National Assembly voted on Thursday 7th June, 2018 a proposed law by the LREM aimed at an “effective ban” of mobile phones in schools and colleges at the beginning of the next school year, defended by […]

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