Cameron And Orban May Agree On More Than We Think
Despite some political hiccups, it's easy to see why David Cameron and Viktor Orban would team up for EU reforms.By Eugene Daniels | January 7, 2016
David Cameron's latest "should I stay or should I go?" EU tour hit a speed bump in Hungary after the country's prime minister called Cameron out on some of the unflattering comments he made about immigrants to the U.K. (Video via BBC)
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who for the most part is on board with Cameron's proposed EU reforms, told the British prime minister, "We are citizens of a state that belongs to the European Union, who can take jobs anywhere, freely. ... We don't want to be parasites. We want to work there. And I see that Hungarians are working very well."
That parasite dig seems to be a reference to this comment: