The rights of Hungary’s LGBTQ people are increasingly under threat. Last month, a law came into force that restricts the depiction of homosexuality and sex reassignment to children in schools. The law has drawn intense opposition from other countries in the European Union, and has become a battleground on what the bloc stands for. Special correspondent Lucy Hough reports from Budapest.
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