Debt-ridden French conservative party may be forced to sell HQ

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Party of former president Nicolas Sarkozy and defeated presidential candidate François Fillon has debts of nearly £50 million.

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Weakened by scandal and saddled with debts, France’s once powerful conservative party, The Republicans, may be forced to sell their 10-storey Paris headquarters three months after their parliamentary election rout, reports The Telegraph.