The entire French government has resigned today and I think Germany's getting the blame...

'The left-wing Economy Minister, Arnaud Montebourg, made outspoken attacks at the weekend on the deficit-slashing policies of France and the Eurozone which he blamed on the German Chancellor, Angela Merkel.'

This offended and worried France's Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, who (probably rightly) believed it undermined the authority of himself and the French President, Francois Holland. So Prime Minister Valls resigned, and took the entire government with him.

But he has a plan. Tomorrow, he's going to form a new government and return - just without those troublesome members who are questioning economic policies.

So it's a case of government gone today, but here tomorrow.