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Live from the newsroom, we provide an overview of the stories making the French and international newspaper headlines. From Monday to Friday at 7.20 am and 9.20 am Paris time.



Latest update : 2010-05-05

Division in Labour ranks over tactical voting

The Guardian and The Times carry interviews with various Labour bigwigs including Tony Blair and Gordon Brown contradicting calls yesterday for so-called ‘tactical voting’. Brown calls for a “maximum Labour vote”. The Independent leads today with a call for electoral reform while the Daily Mail calls for a massive Conservative vote to avoid a hung parliament. These and other stories in today’s international papers: WEDNESDAY, 5th MAY, 2010

Articles in today’s international papers:
·        Trust me, I'm Nick Clegg: How the also-ran stole the show: The Guardian
·        General election 2010: Tony Blair says don't vote tactically: The Guardian
·        Brown to voters: the best tactic is to back Labour: The Times
·        “Gordon Brown’s a romping-around dad” (Sarah Brown interview): The Times
·        This historic opportunity must not be missed: The Independent
·        Why we must vote DECISIVELY to stop Britain walking blindly into disaster . . .    and give the Tories a chance: Daily Mail
·        Unionist deal could make David Cameron prime minister: Daily Telegraph
·        “Ash could disrupt air travel for a year, says government adviser”: The Independent
·        Historic currywurst stand in East Berlin threatened with closure: Le Figaro, Berliner Morgenpost




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