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Hamilton hits out at ‘cowardly' Hungarian government

Reigning Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton has criticised Hungary’s government over a recent anti-LGBTQ+ law, ahead of the country’s grand prix this weekend. Hungary, led by far-right Prime Minister Viktor Orban, passed a law in June banning the depiction of homosexuality and transgender issues to under-18s. Orban has regularly referred to the new law […]
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