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Karolina is a Polish journalist who has been living in the UK for the last 13 years. As well as reporting on the Polish energy sector for the energy publication ICIS she is a contributing writer for the weekly magazine Cooltura - the biggest publication for the Polish diaspora in the UK. Over the years she has interviewed a range of European politicians from both country and reported on the social problems faced by Polish people living in the UK, including homelessness, unemployment and imprisonment. “The European Union made it possible for me to realise my dream to study, live and work as a journalist in another and this makes me extremely passionate about it. I believe the member countries should work closely with each other and support each other to maintain the future of the Union, especially during this challenging times.”


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