>> Mr Macron.>> Catching up with the British Prime Minister. Quite the coup for the young man hoping to be the next French president. If Emmanuel Macron wins, he could end up working closely with Theresa May. But these are the people he wants to convince. Here at Central Hall Westminster, I'm Reuters reporter Mia Womersley, where the Independent Centrist is about to take to the stage.
His audience made up of 4,000 French expats, his words aimed at around 400,000 French nationals living here in the UK. He hopes this internationally minded crowd will provide rich pickings.>>
>> Monsieur Macron hoping his trip to the sixth French city translates into crucial votes.
But addressing the London based voters, selling a positive spin on Brexit was first on the agenda.>> For me, the key to the strategy we will drive is to really defend the special relationship between Great Britain and Europe, and in particular between Great Britain and France. And I think it will be a profound error for Great Britain, as well as for Europe, to in some way go far into the shore to be in self exile, to separate from Europe in a single blow, to abandon the common project because Brexit was voted.
Nothing will be the same, but I think we can defend mutual interests.>> The race for a seat in the Elysee Palace is looking tighter by the minute.>>
Far right wing Marine Le Pen expected to win round one, but be beaten in round two by either man. With nine weeks to go, every day counts.>>