France's biggest union in crisis as chief criticised over perks


CGT boss Thierry Lepaon faces pressure to quit over reports of spending on his union flat and office and a lucrative deal to take up his post.

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The leader of France's largest union faces pressure to resign after news reports detailing his lucrative perks caused a crisis in what is one of the main opponents of government plans for economic reforms, reports Reuters.