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‘All fears lead to Rome:’ What does far-right election in Italy mean for Europe?

By France24
02 October 2022   |   12:55 pm
We look at reactions from the European and world papers after Italy elected its first far-right leader. We also look at British reactions to the plummeting of the pound.

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