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Report suggests paternity leave in France be extended

Paternity leave in France - In a report presented to the French government today it has been suggested that paternity leave in France be extended from 11 days to possibly three or four weeks. The report suggests that paternity leave becomes mandatory securing the care of the mother and her newborn after giving birth. Figures currently show that seven out of ten fathers take paternity leave which is currently 11 consecutive days for a single birth and 18 days for a multiple birth.

 

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Evening News Update Wednesday 21 November

President Emanuel Macron has warned that the government will take action against those involved in any further violence around the yellow vest protest... Evening News Update Wednesday 21 November Read More

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Barclays Named “Best Private Bank in Monaco” at the 2018 Global Private Banking Awards

Barclays was named “Best Private Bank in Monaco” at the 2018 Global Private Banking Awards, recognising the bank’s continuous commitment to delivering... Barclays Named “Best Private Bank in Monaco” at the 2018 Global Private Banking Awards Read More

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French and Riviera News Wednesday 21st November 2018

A motorcyclist has died from his injuries as the “yellow vest” movement claimed a second life. The 37 year old who was seriously injured on Monday on ... French and Riviera News Wednesday 21st November 2018 Read More

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Evening News Update Tuesday 20 November

The yellow vest protest against fuel prices is continuing for a fourth day today Evening News Update Tuesday 20 November Read More

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French and Riviera News Tuesday 20th November 2018

As the « yellow vest » movement continues in parts of the country today a final assessment given by the French Interior Minister Christophe Castaner h... French and Riviera News Tuesday 20th November 2018 Read More

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