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French MP-cum-entrepreneur invites paying guests to parliament

A French lawmaker has come under scrutiny for providing paid tours of parliament through her travel company, the chamber's speaker said Friday. Speaker Francois de Rugy said on Twitter that he had referred the case to the parliament's ethics watchdog. Based in the central French city of Le Mans, Access Tours, run by MP Pascale Fontenel-Personne and her husband, offers day trips to Paris where punters can visit various key landmarks.
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