Strike D-1, anti-inflation basket, Michelin Guide and Florent Pagny: the information to remember this afternoon
The info not to miss
The outlines of this sixth day of mobilization against the pension reform are emerging. While the examination of the text continues in the Senatewhere a new CDI was voted on Monday morning to promote the employment of seniors, the secretary general of the CFDT Laurent Berger wants to do better than January 31 and calls for an “extremely powerful” mobilization. Several sectors have already mentioned a renewable strike from March 7. Update on all expected disruptions.
What else to remember
- An “anti-inflation quarter” in supermarkets. The products that will be sold at the “lowest possible” prices will be “freely chosen” by each of the distributors and will be identifiable by a tricolor logo, Bruno Le Maire announced on Monday morning. Here’s what you need to know.
- Florent Pagny talks about his cancer. Long questioned in the magazine “Seven to eight” on TF 1, Florent Pagny, who thought he was in remission from his lung cancer, announces that he has undergone a biopsy because of a worrying ganglion. “I would have preferred to say everything is fine, but it is not,” he explained in a very powerful interview.
- The lucky winners of the Michelin Guide. 39 restaurants have won a first star, a restaurant dedicated to Noirmoutier… Find the winners of the new edition of the famous ranking.
- Leslie and Kevin case. While the autopsy results of the bodies of Leslie and Kevin should be known very quickly, the state of shock continues among their relatives. Jérémy, one of Leslie’s last friends to have seen her, confided to us his anger and his sadness “This kid had such a zest for life! “.
The information that concerns you
A majority of French women have achieved a balance between their job and their family life with the development of teleworking, according to a survey carried out among its members by LinkedIn. But the mental load has decreased only for one in ten women. Explanations.