A belated round-up for this month's best View articles which have been driving debate across Europe over the last few weeks.
Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, has said his government could resume its media attacks on European Union institutions.
Watch Wednesday night's full episode of your call in which our panel discuss the state of democracy in the UK and the suspension of Viktor Orban's Fidesz party.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said he voluntarily agreed to pause Fidesz' party participation from the EPP.
Hungary's Orban has apologised to Belgian MP Wouter Beke in a bid to stay in the EPP.
The billboards were covered on the road from Budapest's airport to the city centre but left bare in the other direction.
Crisis meeting to avoid further escalation with Hungary's ruling Fidesz party
"Obviously if we have to start something new, then the first place where we'll start negotiations will be Poland," Orban said on Friday.
The enfant terrible of the EPP, Viktor Orbán has consistently crossed red lines set out by the Europarty. In order to salvage what remains of its credibility and stick up for the EU's core values, the EPP must cut ties with the Hungarian autocrat before it is too late.
Kickstart the week with Monday's episode of Raw Politics.
Viktor Orban rejected claims from the German newspaper Die Welt Am Sonntag that the posters had used anti-Semitic undertones. Orban accused the author of projecting German attitudes on the billboards.
Hungary's government responds to a writer who claimed Viktor Orban is dragging the country into darkness.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban's ruling Fidesz party faces expulsion from the largest political grouping in the European Union.
The EPP has shielded Orban and in return he has bolstered its numbers.
Kis, the philosopher and first chairman of the true liberal party in post-1989 Hungary (the Free Democrats), described Orbán as a “spoilt kid” because he was almost sick with a desperation for power. That sickness which has already infected the country must not be allowed to spread to Europe.
Hungary's anti-migrant government has confirmed it has accepted hundreds of refugees fleeing Venezuela.
In this edition: political infighting between Hungary's Orban and the EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker threatens to poison the European parliament's largest political grouping ahead of May's elections and Microsoft exposed potential Russia-linked hacking of European think-tanks.
All of this and more in Wednesday's episode of Raw Politics
A diplomatic row over comparing Hungary’s bid to boost its birth rate with Nazi Germany has intensified.
Viktor Orban has taken his anti-migration rhetoric up a notch ahead of the European elections.
In today's Raw Moment, friendlier times between the European Commission president and the Hungarian prime minister from way back when.
The US secretary of state is on a visit to Hungary, Slovakia and Poland this week.
Hungarians flood the streets in demonstrations against labor law while Prime Minister Viktor Orban promises incentives to boost the population.
The European Parliament debate Wednesday continued on the progression of Article 7 sanctions against the Hungarian government.
Watch a panel on Euronews' Raw Politics show debate the latest comments from Hungarian PM Viktor Orban and the EU's immigration policy.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said the migration issue will shock Europe in the next decade during his first government news conference of 2019