Nationwide demonstrations in France against labour law reform

Early reports were of a lower than expected turnout for the protests against proposed reforms that reduce rights and safeguards for employees. 

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Student and labour unions held nationwide demonstrations on Wednesday against government plans to overhaul labour laws, highlighting a widening rift between President François Hollande and the French socialists who swept him to power in 2012, reports The Wall Street Journal.