British press incredulous at French media's failure to press president on his 'affair' with Julie Gayet
The French have kissed goodbye to the era of privacy: it's time the political class woke up, says John Gaffney
Extended hospital visit allows dithering President to put off decision about his choice of First Lady
French president faces questions about First Lady's status following claims of alleged affair with actress
President regularly spends the night with actress Julie Gayet in Paris flat, claims Closer magazine
French presidential affair is a reminder that the new man in the Elysee Palace was meant to be DSK…
'As a strictly non-racist and libertarian party, Ukip will be ploughing our own furrow,' insists Farage
Brussels official wants a 'United States of Europe’ but is she unintentionally helping Ukip win votes?
Michele Grillo, 66, spent 15 years in jail for kidnapping and is allegedly Calabrian mafia member
Amnesty urges EU leaders to open their borders as refugees face dangerous crossings and abuse
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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