In a series of interviews to promote his first book after leaving power last year when he was succeeded by Emmanuel Macron, his economy minister who some had maintained was his dauphin, former French president François Hollande accused the new head of state of deepening social inequalities through tax cuts that help the wealthy and business corporations.
The CNIL said Microsoft was collecting 'excessive' amounts of data not needed for the software to operate, and browser spying 'without consent'.
Lille mayor and former party boss lashes out at socialist government's policies, demanding it reorients economic policy favouring business.
The French embassy in London slams a British newspaper’s claim that 'France’s failed socialist experiment is turning into a tragedy'.
Delphine Batho had said on TV that it was a 'bad budget' and that French people are 'disappointed' with the year-old government.
President François Hollande will appear on television Sunday to present his policy agenda, eager to stem slumping ratings and image of inertia.
UK PM reacts to accusations that GB Olympic team are cheats, adding that French found British cyclists' Tour de France victory "a bit hard to take”.