The French president has a vision to lead the deadlocked EU out of crisis and towards greater integration. But can he carry the rest of the bloc with him, especially the troubled Germans?
They still have no right to live and work in the UK, no permanent accommodation or means of financially supporting themselves.
Abu Dhabi is my home and it is where I come from, despite the utter illegality of my claim.
Dynasties, scandal and “the curse” behind the scenes of the only Olympic sport you can play while eating pizza.
The brother-sister duo behind the revolutionary BBC comedy on their childhood feuds, “the Mr Perkins scandal”, and stalking Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen in Cirencester.
A Brexit ultra and profound reactionary, the eccentric MP is a strong contender to be the next prime minister. How dangerous is he?
“It’s a house of cards, and we’re getting closer and closer to the point where it’s all going to collapse.”
Under assualt from all sides, the Kurds and their international helpers are trying to “Make Rojava Green Again”.
The youngest member of the EU, Croatia is popular with tourists. But it is still defined by the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s, and its young people are leaving.
With China, India and Russia on the rise and Western confidence shaken, how should Britain navigate this new and dangerous world?
The Palace of Westminster needs urgent repairs costing billions of pounds. But MPs have been putting them off, even as the risk and bill grew. Is the crumbling building a metaphor for our entire political system?