President Emmanuel Macron's fledgling party is set to trounce France's traditional main parties in a parliamentary election and secure a huge majority to push through his pro-business reforms, projections after the first round showed on Sunday (11 June).
Bayrou defended himself from allegations of trying to pressure journalists by saying he had called as a "citizen", not as minister, but he was publicly reprimanded by rightwing Prime Minister Edouard Philippe.
Meanwhile, her French counterpart focused on the looming start date for Brexit talks.
He said one of the key measures would aim at preventing the incitement of "hate and terrorism" on the internet.
The joint UK-French campaign will "ensure that the internet can not be used as a safe space for terrorists and criminals", she said. May and Macron will discuss "the possibility of creating a new legal liability for tech companies if they fail to remove content", the United Kingdom release states, including potential fines.
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The presenter pleaded with people to "keep this spirit" and focus their energies on other local charities who need the help. The Queen earlier said her "thoughts and prayers" are with families. "I kept calling and calling", she told Reuters .
Security was very tight around France's national stadium, as it has been for all events since a wave of terror attacks began to hit the country over the last couple of years.
After their talks, May and Macron will watch a France-England soccer match that will honor victims of recent attacks in Manchester and London, with a moment of silence and the Oasis song "Don't Look Back in Anger" played by the French Republican Guard.
Google says it already invests heavily in combating abuse on its platforms and is working on an "international forum to accelerate and strengthen our existing work in this area".
Making her first foreign visit since last Thursday's election when May saw her Conservatives' slim majority disappear after what several sources called "an terrible campaign", May was more upbeat after winning a stay of execution from her party.
"I simply told him that we were on their side because of what happened over there, " Deschamps said.
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The court documents also showed that Khayre migrated as a child with his family to Australia through a Kenyan refugee camp. Khayre had served jail time over a violent burglary in 2012 and had been on parole for arson since November.
"We have worked as a party with the DUP before and those are productive talks".
"There is a unity of goal among people in the United Kingdom".
'I confirmed to president Macron that the timetable for the Brexit negotiation remains on course, ' she added.
Macron said both countries "were committed to improve the means of access to encrypted content in conditions that preserve the confidentiality of messages".
Article 50 allows for two years of talks to decide an European Union member state's separation terms.
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Last week, Comey testified in a Senate hearing that he believed he was sacked "because of the Russian Federation investigation". The Post's report is based on conversations with five unnamed people who are said to have been briefed on the matter.
May and Macron also said they had agreed on an action plan on counter-terrorism.
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