The neoconservatives defined themselves in opposition to the French student protests of 1968.
Or, as has happened before, the French may suddenly summon their revolutionary spirit and choose to disavow him.
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The French president’s agenda of tax cuts and privatisation is actively corrosive to the progressive dream of Europe.
The debate around live animal exports suggests the government’s post-Brexit vision of animal welfare is driven as much by self-interest as compassion.
An estimated 40 per cent of judges will be affected, and they will be replaced by government sympathisers.
We are losing at what are supposedly Britain’s oldest strengths: spycraft and media.
Half a million struggling young Greeks have now migrated, with thousands more leaving every week.
Once part of a great empire, Hungary has become used to standing alone. But as the prime minister prepares for re-election, his corrupt and puffed up regime is spreading fear and anxiety.
A new documentary shows the fragile, connected future both humans and animals now face.
How a left-wing coalition government has functioned better than even its creators could have hoped.