The protests have combined legitimate economic grievances with the worst of far-right politics. And the French left has been happy to go along.
For once, the soccer squad is packed with coolheaded, collaborative stalwarts. Prime Minister Theresa May's cabinet, on the other hand, is full of grandstanding loudmouths.
With Jeremy Corbyn surging in the polls ahead of Thursday's UK elections, Labour's Paul Mason talks about how the British left came back from Brexit—and the message it sends to Democrats in America.