An election campaign poster for French far-right Front National (FN) party reads "Choose Your Suburb - Vote Front" and features a Muslim woman, wearing an islamic veil and with the French national colours painted on her face.
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The changing face of France's National Front

French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has warned voters not to fall for the "trickery" of far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen, ahead of key regional elections on Sunday.

Opinion polls suggest the National Front's popularity has risen since the Paris attacks. They are looking to win between two and four of the 13 regions, which would be seen as a springboard for the presidency in 2017.

Gabriel Gatehouse has been to south-eastern France to see how the National Front is making headway in one of the country's most diverse regions.

Watch his full report for BBC Newsnight here

  • 05 Dec 2015
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