Next Spring, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the EU’s most controversial leader, will seek a new mandate. His grip on power in Budapest is tight, covering the parliament, the media and the economy. His opponents at home and in Brussels call him an autocrat, but can he beaten at the ballot box? Stephen Sackur speaks to Péter Márki-Zay, who will lead a united opposition front into the election. He’s a small town mayor with big ambition, but is being the candidate who is not Orban enough?
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Czech Republic assumes EU Council presidency
Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the energy crisis, climate change and a European summit: The Czech Republic has a lo...
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Euro zone unemployment falls to new record low of 6.6% in May
Euro zone unemployment fell to a new record low in May as the economy continued to rebound from the COVID-19 p...