Hungary’s ‘child protection’ referendum could be LGBTQ+ censorship.

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Budapest’s pride march is set to take place amid growing concerns around LGBTQ+ rights.

The country’s Prime Minister Viktor Orban announced a national referendum on issues such as “child protection”, which many feel is a thinly veiled attempt to introduce anti-LGBTQ+ policies.

Sky’s Europe correspondent Adam Parsons takes us to Bubapest.

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