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After Brexit, could France be next?

Marine Le Pen has described it as a "Vote for liberty"

By Marianne Gros  

Marine Le Pen, leader of the Eurosceptic French political party Front National©Ronald Zak/AP/Press Association Images

As the reality of Brexit begins to sink in in the UK, news of the referendum result is dividing public opinion on the other side of the channel: the remaining 27 EU member states face the prospect of a “domino effect.” The European Union has lost its second largest economy and eurosceptic parties across the continent have begun to speak up about whether they want to “Remain” EU…

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