Axelle Lemaire

Axelle Lemaire in 2015

French former Socialist politician who served as a Deputy for the Third constituency for French overseas residents in the National Assembly of the French Parliament, for which she was elected in 2012.

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Axelle Lemaire in 2015

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The Maughan Library on Chancery Lane, across from the Law Society and the Royal Courts of Justice, houses the school's law library.
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Axelle Lemaire, Member of the French National Assembly

Le Mabilay, HQ of the French Tech Rennes Saint-Malo

French Tech

Accreditation awarded to French cities recognized for their startup ecosystem.

Accreditation awarded to French cities recognized for their startup ecosystem.

Le Mabilay, HQ of the French Tech Rennes Saint-Malo

In January 2015, the French Minister for Digital Affairs Axelle Lemaire announced a budget of €15 million to enhance the attractiveness of the French Tech abroad.

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Christophe Premat

French academic and politician who served as deputy for the Third constituency for French residents overseas in the Assemblée Nationale at Paris, from 2014 to 2017.

French academic and politician who served as deputy for the Third constituency for French residents overseas in the Assemblée Nationale at Paris, from 2014 to 2017.

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A member of the French Socialist Party (Parti socialiste), Premat took over the parliamentary constituency of northern Europe from Axelle Lemaire as her substitute when she became a government minister in May 2014.

Alexandre Holroyd in 2017

Alexandre Holroyd

Swiss-born French-British politician.

Swiss-born French-British politician.

Alexandre Holroyd in 2017

He won the second round against former Hollande minister Axelle Lemaire on 18 June 2017.