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Macron has already thrown in the towel before G7 summit

Without a final communiqué, it may prove very difficult to know what the point of this year’s G7 summit is – apart from providing British PM Boris Johnson with his first taste of the world stage

22nd August, 2019
Biarritz steps up security measures

Biarritz will be centre stage this weekend as the G7 machine rolls into one of the most famous resorts in the world. It has been visited by European royals since the 19th century and is noted for its surf and its sandy beaches. Close to €60 million has been spent renovating the Hotel du Palais, made famous by Napoleon III’s wife Empress Eugenie, who fell in love with Biarritz and ensured its continued status as...

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