Tobacco prices: is France already the European country that taxes cigarettes the most?

The Tax foundation, a Swiss NGO specializing in the analysis of tax policies, has looked into the issue of tobacco taxation across Europe. Thanks to data retrieved from the European Commission, she managed to draw up a ranking of the countries where the levels of taxation are the highest. If France is on the podium, … Read more

REVIVEZ – France-Austria: the Blues return to victory and leave the last place in the group

Paying choices, the two Monegasques delivering a serious match, like the whole team. From the first minutes, Kylian Mbappé thought he was launching the reigning world champions on their way to victory thanks to a nice curling shot, but was finally flagged offside (2′). With Antoine Griezmann and Olivier Giroud, established in the absence of … Read more

Clear skies almost everywhere in France: the weather for this Thursday, September 22

The weather, this Thursday, September 22, will be generally sunny but temporarily cloudy with rare showers around the Mediterranean, forecasts Météo-France. On the Mediterranean rim, there will be many clouds at the start of the day and will bring some rain, especially in western Corsica and Languedoc-Roussillon. The afternoon will continue under more changeable weather, … Read more

France beaten in the final of the world circuit by Canada

The French women’s 3×3 basketball team lost in the final of the world circuit in Constanta (Romania) against Canada this Sunday (16-21). World champions in June against these same Canadians then European champions last weekend against the Netherlands, the French did not manage the pass of three. Quickly outdistanced (1-5), the Bleues immediately made the … Read more

First for Ines Laklalech at the French Open

Whether it’s the onlookers gathered around the green of 18, or the residents of the Barrière hotel leaning on the window of their room, none of the spectators of this Lacoste Ladies Open de France would have advanced the victory of the Moroccan Ines Laklalech after the first shots of the last round. Starting in … Read more

New decor in Deauville for the Lacoste Ladies Open de France

After the Paris International Golf Club, Chantaco and the Golf du Médoc, the Lacoste Ladies Open de France discovers this year the Golf Barrière de Deauville. If Céline Boutier is the defending champion, this new route reshuffles the cards a bit. “ Changing frames takes a bit of the pressure off my title defense, admits … Read more

Tiger mosquito: why dengue fever cases are increasing in France

The problem is that the tiger mosquito is a potential vector for dengue fever, an infectious disease that is transmitted from person to person through the bite of one of these infected mosquitoes. And this virus, which circulates regularly in the French departments of the Antilles, as well as in the French islands of the … Read more

France team: Nike reveals the Blues jerseys for the 2022 World Cup

“The French collection is a fusion of the country’s heritage and future”details the brand at the Swoosh. “The home kit’s oak leaf and olive branch motif represents strength, solidarity and peace. Classic French design elements include a tricolor insert on the shorts, jacquard sock and cuff as well as only golden details”. Conversely, the graphic … Read more

Climate convention: France, champion of the resumption of popular initiatives?

Monday, September 12, Olivier Véran thus explained that “85% of the proposals were accepted and implemented” and that abroad, “the percentage of proposals resulting from citizens’ conventions” wasn’t that high. According to several media that have since compiled the numbers, the number of measures finally adopted is well below what Olivier Véran claims: only 15 … Read more

The biases: “The Royal regret of France”, “Not all English people are royalists”, “Liz Truss, 48 ​​hours to save the economy” and “Windsor, a family like the others”

Frédéric Farah, he was interested in the massive aid plan for households and businesses, unveiled Thursday by Liz Truss, which plans to freeze the energy bills of British homes for two years. “Will this plan be enough to save the British economy? Will it really prepare for the future?” asks the economist. And to continue, … Read more