Marine Le Pen rejects court-ordered psychiatric test
'I'd like to see how the judge would try and force me do it', says former presidential candidate
Le Pen claims she is victim of ‘banking fatwa’, after account closures
HSBC and Societe General have both closed accounts connected to France's Front National and its leader in recent weeks
Marine Le Pen stripped of legal immunity allowing her to be prosecuted
She posted images of that showed the decapitated body of Isis victim James Foley
Don't rejoice that Macron won – question why Le Pen almost did
Jean Marie Le Pen barely added to his vote in the second round of voting when he challenged Jacques Chirac back in 2002, but his daughter has succeeded in broadening her party's appeal markedly. Who is to say that this is the high point and the end of the story?
Emmanuel Macron set to receive twice as many votes as Marine Le Pen
En Marche! leader on course for landslide victory over far-right
Why does the far right always persist in French politics?
The British historian, Tony Judt, wrote that 'the things that were said and done in France in the years 1940-1944 were said and done by men who had been publicly active long before 1940'