President Hollande warned that France faces a “terrorist threat of very great magnitude” after a convicted Islamist knifed a police officer to death and slit his partner’s throat in front of their toddler at their home in the outer Paris suburbs. The French president chaired an emergency security meeting this morning after proof that the murders late last night at Magnanville, 30 miles northwest of Paris, were committed in the name of the Islamic State terror organisation.
Spain yesterday urged the EU to reimpose border controls in the Schengen zone, to halt the passage of Islamic fighters returning to Europe from the Middle East. Jorge Fernández Díaz, the interior minister, made the proposal at a session of EU ministers that was called by France to strengthen co-operation after last week’s attacks in Paris.
The Bayeux Tapestry is set to be displayed in Britain after President Macron agreed to let it leave French shores for the first time in 950 years, The Times has learnt. Mr Macron is expected to announce the historic loan of the artwork, which depicts the Norman Conquest, at his meeting with Theresa May in Berkshire tomorrow. The director of the Bayeux Museum in Normandy confirmed yesterday that preparations for the loan were under way.
French belief in conspiracy.
Ifop poll: http://bit.ly/2Ejhfoy
55 % say government is covering up danger of vaccines
19 % say Islamists did not stage Paris massacre alone
32% say Aids was created in a lab and tested on Africa
16% say Americans never landed on the moon
Get ready for outrage: Macron is about to impose a 50 mph speed limit (80 km/h) everywhere except divided highways. Very few obey the existing 90 kph limit outside towns, hence French road death rate nearly double north Europe's. https://t.co/gBkK85p5Ll
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