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Why Viktor Orban could be David Cameron’s new best friend

The controversial Hungarian prime minister is perfectly placed to be a bridge between Britain and Germany in EU negotiations

30 May 2015

9:00 AM

30 May 2015

9:00 AM

The Spanish, in their local elections, just elected a bunch of radicals who oppose the austerity needed to keep Spain in the euro. Poland on Monday elected a Eurosceptic challenger from the conservative Law and Justice party. And leaks from the Euro-summit suggested that David Cameron will respond to this rare combination of crisis and opportunity by demanding… well, not much in the way of reforms and concessions.

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