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Time to honour Jane Haining, Scotland’s Schindler

She has been described as Scotland’s Schindler for refusing to abandon dozens of Jewish orphans in Budapest during the Second World War.

But Jane Haining, who paid for her beliefs with her life, has yet to be formally recognised in Britain for her heroic deeds.

Today, as Britain marks Holocaust Memorial Day, The Scotsman joins senior politicians in calling for a change in the honours system so Ms Haining can be properly honoured for her courage and selflessness.

Full story at The Scotsman.

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