French interior minister summoned by PM over daughters' holiday jobs

Bruno Le Roux admits paying his children €55,000 over seven years as François Fillon ‘fake jobs’ investigation continues France’s interior minister is under attack for employing his teenage daughters as parliamentary assistants during their school holidays as investigations continue into the former presidential frontrunner François Fillon paying family members from public funds. Bruno Le Roux was summoned to explain himself to the prime minister, Bernard Cazeneuve, on Tuesday after admitting he paid his children €55,000 (£48,000) of public money over seven years to work as his parliamentary assistants. Continue reading...