French farmers dump manure on offices of MPs who voted Canada deal


Farmers in south-west France angry at parliament's approval of the ‘CETA’ EU-Canada trade deal, which they claim will threaten their livelihoods by allowing the importation of agricultural products that do not meet current EU standards, have attacked the offices of MPs from President Emmanuel Macron’s LREM party by bricking up one and dumping manure outside another.

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French farmers protesting against a trade deal with Canada dumped manure overnight Thursday outside the office of a lawmaker from President Emmanuel Macron’s LREM party, in the latest example of protesters vandalising LREM offices to voice their discontent, reports Euronews.