When the late Dear Leader had a stroke three years ago, only a French neurosurgeon would do
When French bankers and politicians lash out, it suggests they're the ones in trouble
Demerging the eurozone from the EU could prove to be a legal and logistical nightmare
Cameron cheered by Tory backbenchers and City, but he could become the scapegoat if euro fails
'The conspiracy anoraks had a field day with the death of Diana, for exactly the same reason'
Was it all a plot to entrap Strauss-Kahn? If it wasn't, what were the 'high-fives' all about?
Germany faces increasing pressure to allow European Central Bank to print money
Former captain speaks out
after claims that star rugby players are angry with coach Marc Lievremont
Controversy over French team selection prompts allegations of a conspiracy theory
Nicolas Sarkozy and Angela Merkel voice support for Greece - but where’s the plan?
nation’s richest woman
among those behind the
Briefing: Merkel ruled them out yesterday, but many believe eurobonds are the only tool that can save the euro
Pete Doherty and Carla Bruni have reportedly met several times and speak on the phone frequently
French trade minister warns
foie gras ban will have
Bad timing: Frenchman
thrashes Federer on day
France celebrates release of
captured TV journalists
French president refrains from gloating at downfall of his most serious electoral rival
IMF chief allegedly described as ‘rutting chimpanzee’ by woman who claims she had to fight him off
President was offended by insinuation that Carla would sleep with his sons