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A mere 16 per cent of Macron voters picked his political programme as the main reason behind their vote, so why are we so surprised that the more the public see of Macron and his politics without the spectre of Marine Le Pen, the more they begin to resent him?
The children were later rescued by lifeguards
As David Cameron found when he was considering intervention in Libya, those who have experienced, or at least know about war, are generally warier about the prospect than those who have not, and more conservative in their assessment of what can be achieved
Active London families love the lake at historic Annecy in France, so close to the Swiss border.
The record-breaking heat of summer 2003, when mortuaries over-flowed with bodies as 15,000 people died, may be only a taste of things to come
One report suggests she may have been electrocuted
'Applications continue to come in every hour,' says French official
'I won't let myself be fed like that,' general was reported to have told parliamentary committee
Former foreign office minister says French see British as 'adversaries' in forthcoming negotiations
Not only is government big; it is complicated. It is doing lots of different things, requiring different skills, and in a world economy that is becoming ever more complex too
Demonstrators hold 'hell no' and 'not my President' signs as world leaders dine at Eiffel Tower restaurant
US President will be the guest of honour at Friday's military parade on the Champs-Elysees - the first time a US President had attended since George Bush in 1989
The US President and France's Emmanuel Macron met in Paris on Bastille Day
Protestors think they have the mandate to sabotage diplomatic efforts on the rest of the country's behalf
Lady Mone, founder of the Ultimo brand, is switching Villa La Cascade in the South of France for a new life on the Isle of Man.
'Seven or eight children per woman,' were Macron's exact words, as he rehearsed a canard that is particularly popular among nostalgic colonialists who still speak of the Dark Continent
The most polluting cars have been banned from the streets of the capital
In the UK, we need to keep an eye out for employment figures on Wednesday, while in the US all eyes are on Janet Yellen's Humphrey-Hawkins testimony to Congress
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced new tax initiatives to attract bankers and traders as the race to win Brexit jobs heats up
Health minister Agnes Buzyn hopes prohibitively high tobacco costs will stop smokers indulging and boost public health