French politics really are riddled with sex scandals – why does no one seem to care in France?
'Nous sommes la France' is a phrase that has been used to express French solidarity following the Charlie Hebdo attacks in early 2015. But who exactly is this 'nous' and what is 'France'? asks French journalist Natacha in her new book, 'Nous sommes la France'.
The question of immigration has been quite prominent in Europe recently, with the presence of refugees in Calais prompting much debate.
The French blocus, usually involving blocking an entrance or street in protest, has a long history dating back to before Napoleon. But is it effective?
The French are famous for their long lunch hours and even longer August holidays. Does this means that they're not working hard, or have they found the key to being better workers than the rest of us?
The most recent rail and air strikes in France have left many a traveller with frustrated plans. If you've been unlucky enough to get caught out, you've probably been asking yourself: 'Why?!'. Well, it's complicated.
Recent government back-pedalling on equality classes in schools has some of us questioning just what égalité in France means.
So, as the experiment draws to a close, it seems fitting to end with a subject that’s very close to my heart: homelessness in France.
Following much debate amongst both lawmakers and the general public, Socialist president François Hollande’s “marriage for all” bill, which would also allow same-sex couples to adopt children, has been approved in the assembly.
What's news in France? Gay marriage stirs debate, Andrée Putman passes away, and Le Plaza Athénée celebrates its 100th anniversary in style.