France has joined the US and Britain in attacks overnight Friday against sites in Syria identified as production plants for chemical weapons, in response to a suspected chemical attack on the Syrian rebel-held town of Douma last week.
A study on migration patterns by the UK Office for National Statistics has found that a majority of the 148,800 Britons it estimates now live in France are aged above 55 and have settled in rural regions, while most of the reported 154,800 French citizens living in the UK are aged 44 or less.
Michel Sapin said UK post-Brexit plan to introduce 15% business tax was 'not a good way to start a negotiation' on future access to EU markets.
French president says quitting EU would put Britain at a 'very serious risk' of losing access to the bloc's single market.
French economy minister warns that if UK left EU it must contribute to bloc's budget for trade deal and may not receive full access to single market.
Speaking at end of negotiations in Brussels, the French president added UK was not given veto over the eurozone 'which is very important for France'.
UK government unblocks 10M euros for security in Calais while Eurotunnel reports a number of injuries in the incidents overnight Monday.
Eurotunnel said services were delayed and cancelled after the migrants attempted to access restricted areas on the French side.
In major blow to British premier's efforts to change bloc’s rules, French minister says attempt to change treaties would be 'doomed to failure'.
The British government's haughty comparisons with French economic performance omitted to note that productivity is 27% greater in France.
The move to join the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank was a snub to the US which rebuked the UK for strengthening Chinese influence.
Le Monde has uncovered an email by Hervé Falciani offering information on tax dodgers and which UK tax officials claimed no knowledge of.
The French finance minister has denied UK government claims that it was refused permission to use leaked bank files to bring prosecutions.
Media reports cite senior French government source who says Paris 'will not pay an extra price to keep the UK in the EU'.