France's far-right National Front officially kicked off its presidential campaign at the weekend with a rally in the city of Lyon. As our reporters found out, party leader and candidate Marine Le Pen seems to be attracting new voters in post-industrial, traditionally left-wing regions in the north-east as well as in right-leaning towns on the south coast. But voters from these two "fronts" don't necessarily share the same vision for the party.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and Elise Duffau.
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