Climate change spokeswoman Lisa Nandy believes deal will be achieved, but Britain's policies are going in wrong direction
The Bataclan, La Belle Equipe, le Carillon – names once only associated with enjoyment have become memorials
Who would have expected to hear England supporters sing the Marseillaise before a match against France at Wembley?
The alert comes two days after an easyJet plane bound for Morocco was evacuated at the airport
'Please enjoy this Apple iPad with our sincere thanks'
Puppy Dobrynya will be handed over 'in solidarity with French people and the police in the fight against terrorism'
Russia has vowed to escalate its military campaign against Isis in Syria
More than 5,000 Muslims remember the Paris attacks victims today at the UK’s largest mosque in London in the first Friday prayers since last week’s atrocities
Isis was quick to understand a truth the West must now confront: that the national borders imposed by colonial powers 100 years go are becoming meaningless, says Robert Fisk
'What about playing the anthems of all the other nations who have suffered from terrorist attacks?'
A tender and ghoulish tale of First World War casualties
Whether we pay attention to the issue or not, climate change will affect all of us. Paris in 2015 was supposed to be the scene of climate change reform – but now journalists are being barred
The couple's Facebook post has now been shared more than 4,000 times
Drake visited Grant in Spain while he was filming The Pride and the Passion, but on her return to the US the ship she was sailing in collided with the ocean liner Stockholm
Almost 130 people died in multiple attacks across the French capital on Friday night
Project which records anti-Muslim incidents in the UK reveals how, over the last 36 hours, it has seen related cases rise after the Paris attacks