In the 37 member states of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), unemployment fell to an average of 5.1 percent in March from 5.2 percent a month earlier, with Hungary showing one of the lowest rates among its peers. This was the eleventh month that the average unemployment rate had either declined or […]
Hungary’s agriculture minister claimed consumers should ultimately have the freedom to choose how they wish to live their lives and “shape their own dietary habits without artificial methods invented by bureaucrats in Brussels”
While member states are forced to fend for themselves regarding border security, huge amounts of European taxpayer money flow to projects supplying migrants with up-to-date information on their illegal journey into Europe
EU migration policy is dictated by the weakest links, with countries like Italy opening their ports to illegal immigrants en masse even as Poland and the Baltic states deploy thousands of troops in defense of their borders, writes Olivier Bault for Remix News
Remix News conducted an exclusive interview with Polish conservative MEP Patryk Jaki. Patryk Jaki is a member of Justice Minister Zbigniew Ziobro’s United Poland (Solidarna Polska) party, and he was vice-minister of justice from 2015 to 2019. In 2018, he was the candidate for mayor of Warsaw of the United Right coalition led by Law and Justice (PiS).
The Polish Constitutional Tribunal’s Oct. 7 ruling reaffirming the primacy of the constitution over the rulings of the European Court of Justice has provoked angry reactions in Europe, but one major EU country stands out from the crowd
Hungarians have the lowest energy costs in Europe, and Viktor Orbán is calling on the EU to end its “stupid” green energy plan. What can Europe learn from Hungary’s policies to help save it from a full-blown energy crisis?
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