Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrives to the European People’s Party (EPP) congress in Helsinki, Finland, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. The EPP, the group uniting Europe’s center-right parties, has been wringing its hands over whether to keep Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Fidesz in the fold or cut them loose before European Parliament elections in May.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrives to the European People’s Party (EPP) congress in Helsinki, Finland, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. The EPP, the group uniting Europe’s center-right parties, has been wringing its hands over whether to keep Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Fidesz in the fold or cut them loose before European Parliament elections in May. Lehtikuva via AP Markku Ulander
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban arrives to the European People’s Party (EPP) congress in Helsinki, Finland, Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018. The EPP, the group uniting Europe’s center-right parties, has been wringing its hands over whether to keep Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban and Fidesz in the fold or cut them loose before European Parliament elections in May. Lehtikuva via AP Markku Ulander

EU envoy says ‘much more work’ needed to clinch Brexit deal

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