Articles by Lucy Wadham
Andrew Marr’s interview with Marine Le Pen was culpably ill-prepared. But instead of outrage we just keep watching
My children and their cousins understand the value of their pan-European heritage
Exchanging Paris life for la France profonde is tempting-but lack of broadband is only one way in which government has neglected rural areas
French schools are meant to promote secular, republican values, but their conformism is stifling pupils
Today, for the first time in French history, it will be illegal to wear the burqa, or full-length Islamic veil, in public. Predictably, as an Englishwoman I have mixed feelings about this law. On the...
The collective French desire to be dominated by a strong, libidinous male explains Nicholas Sarkozy's mysterious power
The French do mass demonstration very well. The manif is the closest this lapsed Catholic society gets to the rapture of Mass