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Campaigners want to stop Gabor Vona holding a rally in London on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day

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Hungary’s PM should have talked about his feelings of solidarity with Jews long ago

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Dance review: Mayerling, Royal Opera House

In Mayerling, Kenneth MacMillan creates a world on stage, a stifling, glittering court that boils over with repression and need. Telling the story of the doomed Crown Prince Rudolf, who commits suicide with his teenaged mistress, MacMillan fills the stage with charismatic, individual portraits. It’s a darkly adult ballet that shows off The Royal Ballet’s strength in drama.

James Ward celebrates his five-set win over Dmitry Tursunov

Davis Cup: Great Britain avoid Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer with draw away to Croatia

With Andy Murray having pledged to make himself available, it is one they will be confident of winning

A police officer stands near a scene-of-crime tent after a 19-year-old man died after he was found injured in Bounces Road, Edmonton, following reports of shots being fired, Scotland Yard said

London teenager shot dead after row in suspected gang killing

A teenager was shot dead after an argument between two groups of youths in an area at the centre of gangland disputes, it emerged yesterday.

Dive in: Visit the baths of Budapest - it's one of the cities where you could make more of your money

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Budapest is the best bet for Britons looking to stretch their holiday spending money.

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100kg of horsemeat sells as beef, including at shop just up the road from Aintree racecourse

Horsemeat weighing 100kg (220lb) and falsely labelled as beef has been identified by council officials, with 40kg (88lb) of it already sold to the public.

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Hungary will play Romania this week in front of a sparse stadium

Conservative premier Viktor Orban has come under fire after awarding Hungary's annual Tancsics prize to Ferenc Szaniszlo, a notorious right-wing TV presenter

Hungarian government awards Tancsics prize for journalism to notorious anti-Semite Ferenc Szaniszlo

Hungary’s right-wing government faced fierce criticism today for awarding its top state journalism prize to a television presenter notorious for spreading Jewish conspiracy theories and describing the country’s Roma minority as “human monkeys”.

Craven set for market return with Falcon float

John Craven, the serial energy entrepreneur who recently sold East Africa-focused Cove Energy to Thailand's PTT for more than £1bn, is due to make another appearance on the UK stock market with the listing of Falcon Oil & Gas.

Members of the Parbeszed Magyarorszagert (Dialogue for Hungary) opposition party hold banners written: 'Fear the people, but do not fear Viktor! Vote NO!' prior to the voting of the modified Fourth Amendment of the Basic Law in the Parliament building in Budapest

Hungary votes yes over change to constitution despite human rights concerns

Hungary’s parliament today passed an amendment to the country’s constitution which critics say amounts to an attack on democracy, despite calls from Brussels to delay the vote.

Hungary's Prime Minister, Viktor Orban

Hungary erupts in protest after PM Viktor Orbán is accused of assault on democracy

Hungary’s parliament is today expected to pass an amendment to its constitution which critics say will roll back democratic freedoms and weaken the judiciary.

Modern Pentathlon: Debutant Joe Evans claims bronze at World Cup

Nineteen-year-old Joe Evans claimed a bronze medal at his first Modern Pentathlon World Cup in Palm Springs.

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Zoltan Gera pinpoints Steve Clarke's 'trust' in players for West Brom success

The Baggies have enjoyed a better than expected season

Dirk Kuyt scores the only goal of the match during Liverpool's Champions League match against Debrecen in 2009

Liverpool game was not fixed - it's old news, claim Debrecen

Goalkeeper at the centre of scandal could face England next month and adds his own denial

Dirk Kuyt scored the only goal of the match during Liverpool's Champions League match against Debrecen in 2009

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