President Emmanuel Macron’s government was facing a crucial no-confidence vote in France’s lower house of Parliament on Monday after his government forced a pension overhaul
Protests Resume in France After Macron Pushes Through Pension Bill
Opposition parties filed two no-confidence motions against President Emmanuel Macron’s government on Friday after his decision to push a widely unpopular pension bill through Parliament
Will U.K. Rejection of Scottish Gender Bill Bolster Independence Movement?
LONDON — When Scotland united with England and the Scottish Parliament closed its doors in 1707, it did not reopen until almost three centuries later,
Lawmakers Back Bill to Enshrine Abortion Rights in France’s Constitution
PARIS — French lawmakers on Thursday backed a proposal to enshrine abortion rights in the country’s Constitution, in a move devised as a direct response