marine le pen

Rather than waiting for an implosion of the populist parties that may never come, the best bulwark against these movements is thus action against the deteriorating socio-economic conditions that give rise to them.
If we are to believe the headlines, following the European elections any visions of a united Europe will have to be shelved when euro skeptics will overrun parliament and bring the EU to a standstill.
The leader of France's far-right National Front says her "arms will be open" to Ukip if it wants to join together to fight
National Front leader Marine Le Pen has said her party will not pander to Jewish and Muslim children by offering non-Pork
Farage himself predicted an "earthquake" while other prominent right wingers envisage "the liberation from the European elite, the monster in Brussels". So are they correct? Their success would certainly send a shockwave across the continent but are we really about to find ourselves at the mercy of the most anti-EU, combatively euro-sceptic European Parliament to date? No.
Despite my passion for the EU, I have a confession. Not only have I never really been a fan of the European Parliament, but I get a bit embarrassed when the EP tries to hype up the European Elections. It's like they're watching all the hoopla of the US elections and shouting "But look at us! 500 million people! We matter too!"
A Femen activist has been arrested after carrying out a topless protest in Paris’s Notre Dame Cathedral. With the words “May
The French far right has praised David Cameron for "smashing the taboo" over immigration, in dubious applause for the prime
Britain must be part of a co-ordinated effort to help defeat far-right and neo-Nazi parties across Europe, like Greece's
Oxford and Cambridge Universities have an awful lot in common. And last week was no exception. By inviting polarising political figures from the left and the right - George Galloway and Marine Le Pen, respectively - both institutions reaffirmed what is at once perhaps the most sacred and the most imperilled of all our values: the freedom of speech.