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May said that new rules will be introduced to tackle the behaviour of "executives who try to line their own pockets by putting their workers' pensions at risk.
Macron, who met British Prime Minister Theresa May for talks on Thursday, said there could not be complete single market access without fully signing up.
During a joint press conference with Macron, May stated that, 'The further investment we have agreed today will make the UK's borders even more secure.'
UK PM Theresa May agrees to extra 44.5 million pounds for Calais before French President Emmanuel Macron's summit
The funding will go towards fencing, CCTV and detection technology in the northern French port city and other points along the Channel from which migrants regularly attempt to reach British shores.
The leaders will address the sensitive issue of immigration, with Britain's arrangement with France over policing the border in Calais likely to be scrutinised.
Tracey Crouch was appointed to tackle what Prime Minister Theresa May described as "the sad reality of modern life" affecting millions of people.
The House of Commons voted by a majority of 29 to approve the EU (Withdrawal) Bill, which repeals the 1972 law that made Britain a member of the EU.
French President Emmanuel Macron and British Prime Minister Theresa May will announce a new treaty on how to handle migrants hoping to head to Britain.
Macron sought to reassure the fishing industry and business owners in northern France on Tuesday over fears that Brexit will harm the local economy next year.
Trump said he was abandoning next month's trip because he did not like the location and cost of the new embassy building.
Campaigners on Thursday criticised British Prime Minister Theresa May's plan to eliminate all avoidable plastic waste within 25 years.
Leading Brexit campaigner Nigel Farage suggested Thursday that Britain hold a second referendum on EU membership to silence those who do not want to leave the bloc.
The questions followed a report in Wednesday's edition of The Times which said a leading hospital was delaying the start of chemotherapy for patients due to a 40-percent shortfall of nurses.
Rishi Sunak, the son-in-law of Infosys chief Narayana Murthy, is among two new Indian-origin MPs to be inducted into the UK government.
British Prime Minister Theresa May completed a government shake-up Tuesday without further blunders after a first day marred by farce and the refusal of some ministers to move.