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>> As thousands march through London in protests against Brexit, France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen, vowing on Saturday to hold her own referendum on whether France stays or leaves the European Union. This granted she wins the presidential election next year, in her first appearance after a summer break.
Le Pen called to fight terrorism with a ballot paper, praising Britain's Theresa May for taking the Brexit vote seriously.>>
> Saturday's Brexit march in London is one of many spread throughout the country aimed at rallying support to halt the government formally invoking Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, and a two-year deadline to leave the EU. It comes after Prime Minister Theresa May and her cabinet, agreed immigration control would play an important part in the negotiations.
She has undertaken great reforms to reindustrialize our country, to improve education, to make the social system more fair, you know it. This referendum on our belonging to the European Union, I will do it in France, because you have the right to a say in your country.>>
Something France's National Front has been campaigning for years.