Exclusive: French highways authorities warn 'almost all major arteries connecting the country will be affected'
Perhaps Britain will find, in the uncertain new world it has chosen to live in, that it cannot implement Boris Johnson’s policy on cake – 'pro having it and pro eating it'. Easy as a backbencher, or even mayor of London; not so easy as Foreign Secretary
More British border force workers to be sent in to help clear the backlog
At least two coach passengers are believed to be seriously injured following a crash near Lons-le-Saunier, in eastern France.
Tobacco groups are demanding assurances from government over the proposed law
French newspaper Liberation claims Mr Cazeneuve lied about the whereabouts of national police officers and cars – something he and other ministers emphatically deny
The French authorities raid call centres, restaurants and bookstores, shut down premises and disrupt alleged extremists. But, as the Nice attack showed, the results aren't good
This south-western French port city is buzzing with summer holidaymakers enjoying its old port, cafés, markets and easy access to beaches and islands
Initial reports claimed the man had attacked them because he was upset they were wearing shorts and T-shirts
French media have reported that Bouhlel's mobile phone records show he used dating websites to meet men and women
The UK hosts 169,000 refugees - less than one per cent of the world's total
Protestors have taken to the streets demanding the death penalty be reinstated in the wake of the failed coup
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The existence of a powerful, xenophobic far right, and racist elements on the centre-right, is building tension across France
Our veteran travel correspondent Simon Calder offers his assessment in response to readers’ questions
The reaction I had to the Nice attacks is exactly the reaction the perpetrators of these atrocities want – they rely on us feeling bombarded by the news and they want us to feel at risk