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Emmanuel Macron 'following in de Gaulle's footsteps' with France's hardline Brexit stance

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France will not cave in to Boris Johnson's Brexit demands despite desperately needing a trade deal to prop up its economy, the report said. French President Emmanuel Macron's Europe adviser said the EU cannot be 'weak'� in the upcoming tussle over access to Britain's fishing grounds and regulatory alignment. France's European affairs minister Clement Beaune insisted Paris would not rubber-stamp a trade agreement unless the UK respects its hardline demands.

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France will not cave in to Boris Johnson's Brexit demands despite desperately needing a trade deal to prop up its economy, the report said. French President Emmanuel Macron's Europe adviser said the EU cannot be 'weak'� in the upcoming tussle over access to Britain's fishing grounds and regulatory alignment. France's European affairs minister Clement Beaune insisted Paris would not rubber-stamp a trade agreement unless the UK respects its hardline demands.

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it's Scotland's fishing grounds they want access to
 
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