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The best approach and the best speech ever by a European politician on migration

This is a truly impressive speech by the Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, that gets to the heart of the European migration situation. With Merkel listening in, Orban honestly and correctly says that it is Europe’s moral responsibility and objective is to help ‘refugees’ lead a dignified and secure life in their own countries rather than allowed to become European citizens. 446 more words

Immigration

Strangers in Budapest by Jessica Keener

I was excited to read this novel about Budapest by Jessica Keener.  Annie and Will are a young American couple who take a leap of faith and move to Budapest with their infant child.  744 more words

Review Requests And ARCs

Vajadhunyad Castle Budapest - photoblog

Key points

  • Where
  • What to see and do

Not far from the central area of Budapest on the Pest side is the city park – Varosliget. 51 more words

FM18 | How to miss a promotion

Everyone loves titles and trophies, right? Everyone loves promotion, right? And everyone also loves failure, right? I’m the same and despite I had a very good first season with BFC Siófok and we played much above of the pre-season expectations you can read about the failure.  1,267 more words

Football Manager 2018

Pinball Wizard

I had to visit the Budapest Pinball Museum after maxing out on so much history and culture. It was great fun and took me back to my misspent youth when I used to ‘play a mean pinball’ (in the immortal words of Pete Townsend). 73 more words

Hungary

I can see for miles

There is so much to see in Budapest and with a 24 hour travel card for metro, tram and bus – and a lot of walking – I managed to get around to everything on my list. 228 more words

Hungary

Deadline of 'Soros survey' to be extended

The ruling Fidesz party has asked the government to extend the deadline for responding to the public survey dubbed as “National Consultation” on the so-called Soros plan by one week, a Fidesz spokesman said on Thursday. 324 more words