The blog of the Financial Times suggests Budapest take a lesson from the new British PM:
Cameron shows Hungary how it’s done
Britain’s Prime Minister David Cameron spoke out on the state of the UK economy on Monday morning, and he wasn’t pulling any punches. The scale of deficit is worse than we thought… economic growth will not fix the problem… interest payments are soaring… and so on.
In fact, the most positive thing the Prime Minister had to say about the UK is that its debts are not as bad as Greece.
Read the whole thing here…