Macron meets May in London, calls on UK 'talented' to move to France

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Maverick centrist presidential election candidate Emmanuel Macron, predicted by polls as a favourite to win the spring elections, visited London on Tuesday where he met with British Prime Minister Theresa May said he planned 'a series of initiatives to get talented people in research and lots of fields working here to come to France' after Brexit.

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The French presidential front-runner stood on the steps of Downing Street and said he wants "banks, talents, researchers, academics" to move across the Channel after Brexit, reports Sky News.