The recent arrest of two journalists at a demonstration is symptomatic of the hostile climate facing journalists in Macron’s France.
By understanding what national populism offers people, progressives can begin to work out how to fight it.
The Eurogroup president and Portuguese finance minister on how Lisbon’s left beat populism, the future of the eurozone, and what Jeremy Corbyn can learn from Lisbon’s anti-austerity government.
Buildings help create our sense of permanence, and what to do when they are destroyed is a question with existential overtones.
The cathedral is a totemic symbol of French identity. As it burned, the end felt perilously close.
4chan, Reddit, and Twitter are rife with fake news about the catastrophe.
The fire was brought under control this morning but destroyed the spire and roof of the centuries-old cathedral.
The assumption that Western civilisation is permanent was always an illusion.
Brexit is not the first time we have given up our stake in the continent – it’s just one more step in our long European adventure.
The party can no longer be bound by the referendum of 2016 — it must fight for a transformed Europe from within.
By embracing public spending cuts and refusing to reintroduce the wealth tax, the French president has denied the possibility of genuine reform.