France shudders after London attack,
Le Pen demands border controls
parliament in London underscored the need for tighter border controls, as
France shuddered at an incident that reopened wounds inflicted by similar
assaults at home.
presidential election, in which Le Pen is seen reaching the second round
on a nationalist, anti-immigration platform.
poignant reminder of militant attacks on French soil that have killed more
230 people since the start of 2015.
National Front leader told BFM TV and RMC radio, adding "we must
control our borders".
who ploughed into pedestrians as he sped along Westminster bridge toward
the British parliament.
people and injured dozens before being shot dead was British-born.
Police arrested eight people in a series of raids in London, Birmingham
and other parts of the country.
Islamic State, the hardline militant group that controls swathes of Iraq and Syria.
in the southern city of Nice when he drove his truck along a seafront promenade.
Minister May said had been sparked by a warped Islamist ideology.
second in opinion polls behind centrist Emmanuel Macron, said countries
needed to co-operate more with each other on sharing intelligence.
extremism and revoking the French nationality of
those with more than one passport who were guilty of
in London to meet British ministers and the injured
schoolchildren's families, said knee-jerk measures
were not the answer.
several European countries.
an automatic move that was due to the involvement of French victims.