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In my time in Parliament, I met people whose cause was so great, their work was a vocation.
Karen Pollock is one of those people. As the driving force and chief executive of The Holocaust Educational Trust, Karen has dedicated herself to ensuring that young generations understand the holocaust and the lessons it teaches us.
I spoke to her about the Trust's work and how she copes with the sheer weight of the responsibility her job brings. You can tell I admire her. When you listen to our conversation, I think you'll understand why.
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