France faces its biggest transport stoppage in years

France faces its biggest transport stoppage in years today as public sector unions stage a showdown with President Macron over pension reforms in a test of will that could make or break his presidency.

Eight in ten trains have been cancelled; in Paris the metro system will come to a virtual standstill; and flights will be heavily disrupted by an air traffic controllers’ strike. Air France announced that it was cancelling 30 per cent of its internal flights and EasyJet said that it had cancelled 223 flights.

He tweeted his support of the Jewish community adding that ‘Jews are and make France’, just hours after the discovery of the damaged tombstones. Today Jewish people and religious leaders were seen surveying the desecrated cemetery as police stood guard at the entrance.

The committee chairman, Jerry Nadler, said that Trump was the first president to engage in conduct that met all three criteria for impeachment contemplated by the framers of the constitution: abuse of power, betrayal of national security, and interference in the conduct of elections.

“Never before has a president engaged in a course of conduct that included all the acts that most concerned the framers,” Nadler said.

Florida goon Matt Gaetz went after her in the hearing, saying the remark “makes you look mean”. He did force an apology from her…

They also raided a house in Orange, New South Wales in connection with the attack. The man has been accused of an aggravated break-in at another retirement village in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the day before the Turramurra attack.