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'We have taken note of what the French people told us'
Everything Macron has said suggests that he is not interested in political tactics for their own sake, but because he wants to transform France into a model fusion of economic efficiency and social responsibility
The government includes 18 ministers, half of them women
'We need more pragmatism, less bureaucracy and a Europe that protects our citizens,' French President tells German Chancellor on his first day in office
Conservative appointment could help President Emmanuel Macron win over much needed support from Les Republicains ahead of June's parliamentary vote
France's newly-elected President Emmanuel Macron has named Édouard Philippe as Prime Minister, according to a statement from the Élysée Palace.
New President and First Lady embrace their modern family dynamic as symbol of boldness, unconventionality and rejection of established social order
'Nothing will make me stop defending the higher interests of France and for working to reconcile the French'
The 24-year age gap between Ms Macron, 64, and her husband, 39, has come under much scrutiny
France's new President takes charge of a nation that is set to become the EU's only member with nuclear weapons and a permanent seat on the UN Security Council once Brexit happens
Søren Krarup told 'homophobia and disrespect is un-Danish' following remarks
One poll puts Christine Lagarde, head of the International Monetary Fund, as the most popular option
Animal seen on top of trainer while screaming children are heard in the background
New French President claims that if his wife was 20 years younger than him, nobody would question their relationship
He may have won 66% of the vote, but there are some very good reasons why the Presidency won't be plain sailing for Mr Macron
Boosting employment above all is the key to his country's revival and to his own political future. That's why he'll be striking up a conversation with Peugeot, Toyota and others
Investigation launched after mass food poisoning outbreak in Normandy
Le Pen has done what Le Pens always do: pretend that overwhelming defeat is a victory, and pledge to come back nastier and more vengeful in five years' time
An article in Komsomolskaya Pravda says France deserves to go through 'globalist hell'
New President pledges to 'fight against inequalities, ensure security and the unity of the nation'