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Brexit, a sign of anti-elite revolt: analysts
It was Britain’s poorer and less-educated citizens who pushed it out of the European Union. Photo: AFP

The less-educated and poor felt threatened and unrepresented. Comparisons to Trump's rise in America.

French in UK: 'Brexit vote is clearly against foreigners'
The French Bookshop in London's Kensington. Photo: AFP

Spare a thought for the French people living in the UK right now. They didn't even get to vote.

Why we are part of the Brexit problem - and what to do
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It’s been a long night, and for those of us Brits who have made our lives elsewhere in Europe, it will be a long road ahead writes The Local's managing editor James Savage.

France up next? Le Pen hails Brexit and demands vote

Friday's historic Brexit vote has sent tremors across the English Channel, where the political class had mixed reactions to the news that the UK had voted to leave the EU.

Brits in France left stunned after UK votes for Brexit
Photo: AFP

After the UK voted to leave the EU and the pound was sent crashing, British nationals living in France have been left stunned and concerned about the future.

Will Brexit actually be good or bad for France?
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Brexit happened. But could it be good for France?

Flights in France hit by air traffic controllers' strike
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A wildcat strike by air traffic controllers in France has seen dozens of flights cancelled on Thursday.

'Give us a vote': Le Pen wants EU referendum in France

France's biggest Eurosceptic Marine Le Pen demands an EU referendum in France.

Brexit referendum
French businesses plead with 'British friends' to stay
Photo: AFP

French businesses have implored Britain to stay in the EU, in a letter published in several British dailies.

Calais migrants use tiny boats to cross Channel
One of the boats used by migrants to attempt to cross the English Channel. Photo: Bernard Barron / AFP

Migrant attempts to cross English Channel on flimsy boats are "no longer extraordinary or isolated", according to French maritime authority.

France warns Britain about 'the day after the exit'
French Economy Minister Emmanuel Macron will not treat Britain kindly in the event of a Leave vote. Photo: Eric Piermont/AFP

To get access to European market, Britain will need to pay into the EU budget, French Economy Minister warns

British aid convoy sets off for Calais camp
A lorry from the Convoy to Calais protest arrives in Westminster. Photo: Convoy to Calais

Organisers go ahead despite French ban after finding new secret distribution point.

Paris and Moscow in spat over detention of Russian fans
Photo: AFP

Russia has summoned the French ambassador after 43 Russian fans were arrested at the Euro 2016 tournament in France, while the foreign minister described the move "unacceptable".

England fans sent to prison over Marseille violence
Photo: AFP

Two England fans have been given prison sentences for their role in the violence that blighted the build up to the England versus Russia match in Marseille on Saturday.

Euro 2016
French police appear unprepared for hooligan threat
Photo: AFP

French police have denied their policing of Marseille was a failure, but others suggest they were badly unprepared for the weekend violence and there may be more to come.

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