France’s ruling Socialists are desperately back-pedalling after their newly appointed environment minister told their Green allies that the government would soon introduce a carbon tax.
The French are not a bunch of lazy good-for-nothings. It's official, and it's the main story in two of today's Paris papers.
Critics accused France’s President Francois Hollande of seeking to influence the judiciary on Monday, as the trial began in a case brought by Hollande’s girlfiend, who is seeking ...
The election for the leadership of France’s opposition right wing party, the UMP, descended into farce on Sunday night with both candidates for the post claiming victory, each accusing the ...
The continuing confusion and back-tracking characterising the Socialist government’s action make President François Hollande the perfect punching bag of the papers this week.
French President François Hollande is this week’s big story as the magazines analyse the worries of his government.
The front covers of the weeklies look rather tabloidy. Are people really still interested in Trierweiller's tweet?
France’s President François Hollande addressed the nation in his first Bastille Day television interview following the traditional military parade and air show.
Today, 14 July, is Bastille Day in France, but surprisingly the national dailies are not looking forward to the hectic day marked by the traditional military parade at the Champs Elysées, ...
The Socialist landslide in last week’s parliamentary elections gives President François Hollande’s administration a free hand.