Marine Le Pen
The French far-right appears to be stalling ahead of presidential elections they were widely expected to challenge for. But can they really lose if the centre-right is adopting their rhetoric on immigration and security?
“A lot of people think that if a country like the U.K. can’t make it work, then they won’t be able to either.”
Italian prosecutors are investigating after audio was released of a meeting between Russian officials and an aide to the Italian deputy PM.
Europe's far-right populists fell short of predictions, but they still made significant gains in Brussels.
French far-right leader Marine Le Pen was ordered to take a psychiatric evaluation. She’s freaking out.
Le Pen was charged in 2015 with “inciting discrimination” after she likened public Muslim public prayers to the Nazi occupation of France, but was acquitted.
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“Our goal is clear: Power.”
"I am being charged for having condemned the horrors of Daesh."
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We spent some time in Marseilles with campaigners who are determined to see Le Pen "fix" their country.