Without reconsidering our entire approach to the refugee crisis, can we really alleviate the issues faced by those fleeing war and unrest?
University of Manchester student Daniel Austin, on his year abroad in Nice, tells the horror of his experience of the attack on the Promenade des Anglais on Bastille Day, which left 85 dead and hundreds injured
As we head into the final 2 weeks of the 6 nations, Toby Webb reflects on the tournament so far.
Lioui Benhamou attempts to diffuse the controversy surrounding Charlie Hebdo’s latest divisive cartoon
The Western world must resist division, suspicion and demonisation of Islam if it wants to combat Islamic State
Man of the moment and creative director of Balmain, Olivier Rousteing is the current wonder of the fashion world
Food is there to be enjoyed; to say that the French “live to eat” rather than “eat to live” is an understatement
The Mancunion’s statement on the shootings in Paris
The debate over the burkini tells us a lot about the treatment of women in the continuing tensions between the ‘West’ and Islam
Dheepan is the 2015 Palme D’Or-winning crime drama that tells a story that the media never did; Nadia Cheung reviews the film as it comes to HOME
A lack of planning and investment in slums across Europe is harming future integration and breaking up communities
Paris stands as one of the liveliest cultural hubs in the world—here are five of the best films set in this shining metropolis
With the terror attacks in France, the footballing world comes together to stand by the side of the French
The Returned manages to transcend zombie clichés to become something far darker and more sinister than many would expect
The French film industry finds itself in a constant struggle between crowd-pleasing public films and more daring independent films
Books editor Alister Pearson looks at this year’s Nobel Prize for Literature winner, Patrick Modiano, and how a man who is barely known outside his native country France managed to win the much revered prize