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What are the chances of a Frexit?

There is rising frustration with the EU, but the French remain believers—so far

By Lucy Wadham   April 2016

French National Front president Marine Le Pen, right, smiles with Italy's Northern League leader Matteo Salving during the Europe of Nations and Freedom movement meeting in Milan, Italy, Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016.©Antonio Calanni/AP/Press Association Images

Ever since the results of the last European Parliament elections in 2014, when Marine Le Pen began referring to her far-right party as…

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