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By waging a culture war on tolerance and free speech, the UK government is taking lessons from Orbán’s Hungary

To see our plausible future, we don’t need a time machine: we can take a two-and-a-half-hour flight to central Europe. Unlike Britain’s Conservatives, Hungary’s ruling Fidesz began its political journey as a “centrist” party and a signed-up member of the Liberal International. In power, it radicalised.

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