Protesters carrying upside-down portraits of Emmanuel Macron march near G7 site

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Protesters carrying upside-down portraits of Emmanuel Macron taken from town halls across France march near the G7 site demanding he do more to protect workers and the planet Activists, some wearing yellow vests, marched through south-west city of Bayonne near G7 city of Biarritz Portraits in solidarity with environmental activists who removed official portraits of Macron from town halls to protest his climate change policies  March came as Macron hosted Prime Minister Boris Johnson and U.S. President Donald for talks 

By Harry Howard For Mailonline

Published: 11:19 BST, 25 August 2019 | Updated: 11:25 BST, 25 August 2019

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Critics of French President Emmanuel Macron are marching near the G-7 summit he is hosting to demand he do more to protect French workers and the planet.

A mix of activists, some wearing yellow vests, carried portraits of Macron as they marched Sunday through the south-west city of Bayonne. Some held the portraits upside down.

The march came as Macron hosted Prime Minister Boris Johnson, U.S. President Donald and other leaders of major democracies for talks Sunday in neighboring Biarritz on the shaky global economy.

Critics of French President Emmanuel Macron are marching near the G-7 summit he is hosting to demand he do more to protect French workers and the planet

Critics of French President Emmanuel Macron are marching near the G-7 summit he is hosting to demand he do more to protect French workers and the planet

A mix of activists, some wearing yellow vests, carried portraits of Macron as they marched Sunday through the southwest city of Bayonne. Some held the portraits upside down

A mix of activists, some wearing yellow vests, carried portraits of Macron as they marched Sunday through the southwest city of Bayonne. Some held the portraits upside down

The protesters were holding portraits in solidarity with environmental activists who removed official portraits of

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