Compare their quotes; uncanny. But theres more to it than that. We may be entering a post-two party era. Guess who could start a new one?
France's nationalists would get more support in an election next month than the mainstream right.
Nothing says Europe like no capital punishment. But the Paris attacks have right-wingers talking about bringing back the death penalty.
Anti-Islam sentiment in France following the Paris attacks on November 13 in which 129 people were killed and hundreds injured has led to a huge boost in the popularity of Marine Le Pen's Front National party.
Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's hard-right Front National, is currently leading the most polls for the first round of the 2017 French presidential election. But the 25-year old Marion Marechal-Le Pen, granddaughter of the infamous...Show More Summary
Marine Le Pen’s niece leads by 10 points in Nice.
The National Front founder also called for illegal immigrants to be deported.
The French must remain united and prevent the republican model from crumbling as far-right leaders capitalise on fear.
The leader of France's far-right National Front party has urged to immediately stop taking in migrants.
After attacks, the party's leader, Marine Le Pen, insists her country must take back control of its borders.
French nationalist leader Marine Le Pen now has a realistic chance of becoming France’s next president in 2017. She is the voice of disenfranchised Frenchmen, as you can tell from this map: (via The Economist)
It is painfully obvious that gun control has not worked for France. There is at least one party in France that recognizes that fact and is calling for the return
Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's resurgent far-right party, is up for election next month, and political observers are saying that the horrific attacks in Paris Friday night could help her at the polls. Following the attack by violent extremists -- who killed at least 129 people -- Le Pen reiterated her agenda for France, calling for mosques to be closed and migrants […]
Marine Le Pen, Frances answer to Donald Trump, used the horrific attacks on Paris to push her brand of right-wing politics. Many fear this could be her chance to seize power.
PARIS, Nov 14 (Reuters) - France must "annihilate" Islamist radicals and regain control of its borders, the far-right National Front party le ader Marine Le Pen said on Saturday after deadly attacks in the French capital. "Urgent action...Show More Summary
Marine Le Pen, president of the far-right National Front, the third-largest political party in France, said that regardless of the European Union it is necessary for France to finally have the opportunity to control its own borders, as it used to.
If there is one 'winner' from last night's terrible events in Paris, it is France's anti-EU, anti-immigration far-right wing Front Nationale party leader Marine Le Pen. Having already ascended to the lead in yet another poll ahead of...Show More Summary
Earlier today, articles started appearing about the rise of France’s right wing, anti-immigration National Front party in recent polls. This wasn’t a surprise given the ascendancy of formerly fringe political movements in most European states...
PARIS (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has angered fellow Socialists by suggesting an alliance with mainstream conservatives in a bid to prevent far-right leader Marine Le Pen from winning a regional election next mont...
CARPENTRAS, France (Reuters) - A huge 1990s election poster of Marion Marechal-Le Pen as a blonde toddler with her grandfather, founder of France's far-right National Front party, greets visitors at her campaign headquarters.