Two governments say co-operation will continue for "years to come" after French threats to move camp to British soil
Right across Europe, in the coming years, there will be political capital to be made from promises to screw the British
Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve says law prohibiting the modest swimwear would stoke tensions when France needs ‘healing’
The former French leader says Britain should 'do the work that concerns them'
'Wearing a burkini is a political act, it's militant, a provocation'
Theresa May's administration called an unexpected halt to the project amid security and viability concerns
Right-winger occupied the Élysée Palace between 2007 and 2012
George Fenech believes holiday destination Île de Ré should house detention centre
Latest opinion poll puts former Prime Minister and foreign minister 18 points ahead of the ex-President
'Everyone should finance their own religion,' a right-wing politician says
Christine Lagarde, Nicolas Sarkozy, Alain Juppé and Jacques Chirac have all come under investigation yet remain in positions of power in France
The NSA listened in on phone conversations between a number of world leaders, WikiLeaks claims
His new book contains his first direct apologies for some of his rude and brash behaviour as president
She will still almost certainly top the presidential poll in the first round
FN’s likely success in the local elections has rattled centrists
Country's darkly fearful political mood means the far right had scarcely needed to campaign - but Le Pen's chances of becoming France’s first woman President remain slight