Will Paris still be a 'city of lights' following illumination ban?

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French businesses will be forced to switch off lights overnight from 1 July in order to save energy

The glittering shops lining Paris's Avenue des Champs Elysees are set to be plunged into darkness, after the French government confirmed it will force non-residential properties to switch off their lights...

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