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UK again vows to give Brits in France 'votes for life' but is it all too late?

UK again vows to give Brits in France 'votes for life' but is it all too late?

If you couldn't vote in the referendum you might want to look away now.

French property of the week: 18th century farmhouse with pool in the sunny south of France

French property of the week: 18th century farmhouse with pool in the sunny south of France

A "special" 18th century French farmhouse with pool and beautiful gardens which lies just a short drive from the French Riviera is in need of new owners. Tempted?

French tobacco companies 'hiding real levels of nicotine and tar in cigarettes'

French tobacco companies 'hiding real levels of nicotine and tar in cigarettes'

In echos of the "Dieselgate" scandal that engulfed Volkswagen, tobacco companies in France have been accused of cheating testsand "deliberately endangering people's lives".

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LATEST: Swathe of France gets new blanket of snow as big chill continues

LATEST: Swathe of France gets new blanket of snow as big chill continues

Up to 10cm of snow forecast on Friday afternoon for parts of France.

Cash delivery driver pays 'millions' to free daughter kidnapped in France

Cash delivery driver pays 'millions' to free daughter kidnapped in France

A driver for a Swiss money transfer business handed over a huge ransom - believed to total million of euros - from his cash-filled truck to thieves after they kidnapped his daughter in France, it emerged Friday.

France finally puts brakes on impunity for Monaco's speeding drivers

France finally puts brakes on impunity for Monaco's speeding drivers

The days of drivers from Monaco being able to get into their sports cars and repeatedly break the speed limit on French roads without fear of being fined are over.

Paris could bring back the guillotine to stem the rat invasion

Paris could bring back the guillotine to stem the rat invasion

Will the French capital be bringing back the guillotine to fight the rodent scourge?

France plans to spend €37 billion on revamp of its nuclear arsenal

France plans to spend €37 billion on revamp of its nuclear arsenal

The upgrade will take place over the next seven years.

How a homeless Paris dishwasher became a Michelin-starred chef

How a homeless Paris dishwasher became a Michelin-starred chef

Alan Geaam began his career as a dishwasher while he was sleeping rough in a Paris park.

France to put more police on the beat in 'new approach' to community policing

France to put more police on the beat in 'new approach' to community policing

French police to go local in new approach to lower tensions in high crime zones.

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