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A group of 22 French MPs from Emmanuel Macron's La République En Marche! party are pressing for further reform of Sunday opening hours.
Theresa May is in France, but she hasn't come to enjoy the heatwave.
While one French poll showed the French President's popularity had risen amid a bodyguard crisis, another on Sunday showed quite the opposite.
The French Interior Minister has come under criticism from politicians for not immediately informing judicial officials of the incident after one of President Emmanuel Macron's bodyguards was filmed assaulting a protestor in May.
As French President Emmanuel Macron's aide scandal deepens, Euronews explains why it is particularly controversial for the French executive.
The French president has vowed to push on despite polls showing him losing support among working-class voters.
Rights group Amnesty International demonstrated in Paris on Monday, as Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman was welcomed by French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe on his visit to France.
French President Emmanuel Macron wants to slash the numbers of MPs and senators in a bid to make his government more efficient.
France's former president Nicolas Sarkozy has appeared on prime time French television after being put under formal investigation over claims he received campaign funding from late Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi.
A great deal and not much, says an expert in French politics from Sciences Po Lyon.
French far right leader Marine Le Pen said the old name was a "psychological barrier" for voters.
Far-right politician addresses gathering of US conservatives.
Experts say France's new political movement, Les Patriotes, is mimicking Farage's anti-EU party UKIP.
Emmanuel Macron's government is looking at new laws to turn the food market upside down.
"Giving lectures out of context and belittling political systems that did not share our values, what happened? Anomie, certain deaths and radical violence."
French President Emmanuel Macron has dismissed opponents' criticisms that he is a 'president of the rich' and urged his countrymen to take a more positive attitude towards success.
The French far-left draws tens of thousands to a rally against controversial labour reforms.
National Front set to move to the fringes of French politics, says expert.
French businessman and art patron Pierre Berge has died at the age of 86 after a long illness.
Hurricane Irma wreaks havoc in the Caribbean