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Marine Le Pen: 56 per cent of those surveyed said she “understands the daily problems of the French” . Photograph: Reuters/Vincent Kessler

A record 34 per cent of French people now agree with the ideas of Marine Le Pen’s far-right National Front (F(...)

President of the French far-right Front National party Marine Le Pen (left) is kissed by a woman in Brachay in northeastern France. Photograph: Francois Nascimbeni/AFP/Getty Images

The jihadists who leave France to fight the regime of Bashar al-Assad in Syria symbolise an Islamist “fifth column” within France, perhaps the most po(...)

In a poll by the conservative magazine Valeurs Actuelles last October, 67 per cent of respondents said “the government does more for immigrants than for the French”.

Rate of immigration France has received about 200,000 immigrants annually since 2000. That represents one-third of 1 per cent of the French population(...)

Controversial Franco-Cameroonian comedian Dieudonne M’bala M’bala holds a press conference at the Theatre de la Main d’Or in Paris last night.  Dieudonne addressed the media following court rulings which imposed a state-backed ban on his comedy act because of the show’s antisemitic content. Photograph: EPA

A French comedian said last night he had dropped a show banned for its anti-Semitic language, and was planning one that would cause no objections.On F(...)

Marine Le Pen and National Front  deputy Gilbert Collard hold glasses with champagne surrounded by journalists as they attend the presentation of New Year wishes to the media in Nanterre on Tuesday. Photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

Marine Le Pen doesn’t want to reform Europe. It is, she says, “unreformable”. She wants to blow it up. Knock it down. Start over with “a space of c(...)

Europe’s far-right challenge
  • Europe
  • November 18, 2013, 01:00

When the French magazine Minute last week ran a front page depicting Guyanan-born justice minister Christiane Taubira with the caption “Clever as a mo(...)

Geert Wilders, leader of the Netherlands’s Party for Freedom, and far-right leader Marine Le Pen of France, address a news conference in The Hague today. Photograph: Toussaint Kluiters/Reuters

Two of Europe’s most high-profile right-wing leaders, Marine le Pen and Geert Wilders, finally went public today and announced the birth of a “histori(...)

Marine Le Pen, France’s far-right National Front political party leader, said she felt “uneasy” watching the arrival in France of four freed French hostages   because they wore beards and desert headscarves. Photograph: Reuters/Vincent Kessler

French National Front leader Marine Le Pen provoked an uproar yesterday when she appeared to suggest that four French hostages who were freed on Tuesd(...)

 French National Front leader Marine Le Pen:   If François Hollande faced Le Pen in the 2017 runoff for the presidency, some conservatives predict the right would vote massively for Le Pen. Photograph: Vincent Kessler/Reuters

Marine Le Pen, president of France? It may sound far-fetched, but a victory by the leader of the extreme right-wing National Front (FN) is a frequent (...)

 National Front party candidate Laurent Lopez gives a thumbs-up after winning the second round of the local byelection in Brignoles, France, yesterday. Photograph: Jean-Paul Pelissier/Reuters

France’s anti-euro National Front won a local byelection in the country’s south, riding on the discontent with François Hollande’s Socialist presidenc(...)

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