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#UPDATE  FR A French court will open an inquiry into former prime minister Edouard Philippe and two cabinet ministers over their handling of the coronavirus crisis

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The relatively low-profile Jean Castex is replacing Édouard Philippe as Prime Minister of #France  FRSenior Lecturer at @NorthumbriaUni  , Ariane Bogain, explains why #Macron  might have chosen to replace one right-wing PM with another ⤵️

President Macron dismissed his popular prime minister Édouard Philippe and appointed a conservative civil servant with a background in health administration to steer a new government under a relaunched presidency

President Emmanuel Macron has replaced Édouard Philippe, his prime minister of three years, with Jean Castex, a virtually unknown high-ranking civil servant who shares many of Mr Philippe’s characteristics.

French President Emmanuel Macron named Jean Castex as his new prime minister. The announcement followed the resignation of Edouard Philippe ahead of a widely anticipated overhaul of the government. Read more

French President Emmanuel Macron named Jean Castex as his new prime minister. The announcement followed the resignation of Edouard Philippe ahead of a widely anticipated overhaul of the government

Three current or former French government ministers will be investigated over their handling of the coronavirus crisis. Among those includes the recently-resigned former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe.

Three current or former French government ministers will be investigated over their handling of the coronavirus crisis. Among those includes the recently-resigned former Prime Minister Édouard Philippe (via @lbcbreaking ).

French President Emmanuel Macron has moved to reboot his faltering leadership ahead of elections in 2022 by removing his increasingly popular prime minister and potential rival Édouard Philippe

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JUST IN: The Prime Minister of France Edouard Philippe and his government have resigned.

#BREAKING France's Prime Minister Edouard Philippe and his ministers submit their resignations

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France is shutting down all restaurants, cafes, cinemas and non-essential retail shops, as the coronavirus continues to spread, French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe has announced. Grocery stores and similar public services will remain open.

BREAKING: The Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 seasons are to be cancelled after French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced no sporting events, even those behind closed doors, could take place before September.

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe announced that starting at midnight Saturday, all nonessential businesses — including cafes, restaurants and movie theaters — would be closed until further notice. Banks, gas stations, supermarkets and pharmacies will remain open.

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said that starting at midnight Saturday, all places that are not essential to French living, including restaurants, cafes, cinemas and clubs, will be closed

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said that starting at midnight Saturday, all places that are not essential to French living, including restaurants, cafes, cinemas and clubs, will be closed

French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe said that all places that are not essential to French living, including restaurants, cafes, cinemas and clubs, will be closed

BREAKING: French Prime minister Edouard Philippe confirms suspension of fuel tax hikes.

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