Macron, one year on: What's changed in France?

This week we're at the Louvre in Paris, where just one year ago, Emmanuel Macron celebrated his victory in the French presidential election. He not only became the country's youngest president, but fended off France's traditional parties and the far right, just months after launching his own centrist En Marche! movement. A year into his mandate, we look at how Macron's new brand of politics has translated into action. We also focus on his foreign policy and the role of his wife Brigitte.