Le Pen accused of plagiarism ahead of French election

Far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is accused of plagiarising parts of a speech of her former rival, Francois Fillon. Le Pen made the speech on Monday, which contain lines that came from an address Fillon gave last month.

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    Far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen is accused of plagiarising parts of a speech of her former rival, Francois Fillon.

    Le Pen made the speech on Monday, which contain lines that came from an address Fillon gave last month.


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