Author and mother-of-three Pamela Druckerman stirs controversy suggesting French are better parents than Brits in 'French Children Don’t Throw Food'.
Alain Juppé tries calming tensions between London and Paris by insisting there was no French strategy to antagonise the British over economy jibes.
To the long list of victims emerging from Europe's financial crisis, make room for a new one, namely the Entente Cordiale between Britain and France.
We are all in the same sinking boat and France and the UK would be wise to focus on rowing in the same direction, argues a Guardian editorial.
Hoping to reap rewards, Britain and France are engaged in a race to ‘rebuild' Libya and get oil, lifeblood of the shattered economy, flowing again.
The parallels between les émeutes des banlieues de 2005 and the rioting that has rocked several English cities are striking, writes John Henley.
The French Ministry of Interior has reportedly offered to send to Britain police experts who have extensive "expertise" in catching rioters.