Former PM François Fillon complained that the budget plan risked a 'recessionary effect'
Police say 'We’re clearly into score settling'
The centuries-old building beside the river Seine will keep one eye on the city's artistic heritage
Hollande pays tribute to Allied fighters in the lesser-known invasion of Provence in 1944
With no breaking news and no adverts, Radio Doudou is not limited to nursery rhymes - it also aims to hook parents
'We didn’t want to get into a repressive situation so we’re suggesting a social wall' says City spokesman
Shellfish farmers are dumping their ruined catches outside town halls over a lack of measures to combat declining sea stocks. But disastrous environmental changes may be out of authorities’ control
The missing drugs have a street value of €2m
At least 20,000 Roma live in France legally, but they survive in shantytowns and are constantly moved on. Anne Penketh reports on the social tensions, and charities’ frustrations
Wojciech Janowski confessed last week to being the 'instigator' of Mrs Pastor’s killing by two hit men, but now claims he didn’t understand some of the legal 'nuances' used by French investigators
Former French President uses TV and radio to protest innocence after release from custody
Louis Sarkozy, the youngest son of former French president Nicolas Sarkozy, has claimed the corruption investigation against his father is part of a plan to sabotage his political comeback and keep France "in the sh*t".
Husband and wife Alain and Dafroza Gauthier have spent 13 years relentlessly pursuing those behind the 1994 genocide. Now their efforts are finally starting to bear fruit, they tell Anne Penketh in Paris
Who is she? The “First Girlfriend”, or the “First Mistress” as some have called her? Or even the “First Concubine”?
Anne Penketh reports on resourceful ways to dodge VAT
Each year, aspiring writers are challenged to produce a 50,000-word work in a month. Anne Penketh embarked on a fictional journey with her murder mystery, The Marsh