It is too late for the Republicans to replace their scandal-tainted candidate.
A victory for Macron would affect more than France – it would bolster the European project.
The flatlining Sinn Fein vote has been jolted into life unexpectedly.
Ten political parties leading the far-right surge on the continent.
Geert Wilders is the latest ethnic nationalist to threaten the European liberal order. With his party on track to win this month’s election, a country famed for tolerance is being dragged to the right.
The mainstream right's French Presidential candidate has put his party in a very difficult position. His ego could wreck everything.
To get to the Republic of Ireland, you just have to walk through David Crockett's gate.
My week, from EU negotiations to a truly British holiday.
Fillon's campaign is sinking and French Republicans are turning to Juppé. But he's not exactly the ideal candidate, either.
What is the fake jobs scandal that has François Fillon, the centre-right French presidential candidate, on the slide?
Placed under formal investigation, the Conservative candidate has chosen to stay in the race - despite having promised not to do so.
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