Hollande 'squanders' post-Paris attack bounce


'We let gold turn into lead,' admits one minister, saying after terror attacks they got bogged down in endless debates over dual nationality plan.

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French President Francois Hollande has dug himself into a hole over plans to strip dual nationals of their French passports if they are convicted of terrorism, and a looming government reshuffle is unlikely to help him regain lost popularity, reports Reuters.