Keyword: Fleur Pellerin
Row over boss of National Audiovisual Institute, Agnès Saal, was made worse by claims her son benefited from 6,700 euros worth of rides.
'French is not in danger' is a remarkable assertion from country that officially banned the use of anglicisms for decades, says William Alexander.
People complained museum had one rule for public and one rule for ministers after Fleur Pellerin posted image of French masterpiece online.
Fleur Pellerin said she had no time to read for pleasure and hadn't read the books of French 2014 Nobel literature prize-winner Patrick Modiano.
Ministers say two-year trial period, which starts in 2015, will 'allow more access to the works' as well as creating jobs and saving money.
Head of Socialist Party Harlem Désir is made junior minister for Europe as President Hollande and new PM Manuel Valls complete reshuffle.
Head of French public-sector investment body says he would be prepared to back Bouygues in tussle for control of mobile phone firm SFR.
Business group welcomes plans for school for would-be entrepreneurs but says it is contradicted by tougher line on status of auto-entrepreneurs.
Fleur Pellerin has begun a highly anticipated visit to the land of her birth, where her success story is a source of public pride, admiration and curiosity.