Le Pen accuses Macron of leaking police report in EU 'fake jobs' case

Marine Le Pen, leader of the far-right Rassemblement National party (the former front National), has claimed media revelations of a French police report into her party's alleged 6.8-million-euro fraud of the EU in a ficticious jobs scam was a plot against her by President Emmanuel Macron's camp ahead of next year's presidential elections. 

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Marine Le Pen has accused Emmanuel Macron of leaking a police report accusing her of corruption to damage her run as the far-right candidate in next year’s presidential elections, reports The Times.