The Daily Mail did an RNLI hatchet job and the backlash was spectacular

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The Daily Mail has trained its sights on the good work of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution after it revealed that a small portion of its income is spent on saving drowning kids abroad. That’s quite enough of that. Daily Mail readers were absolutely outraged, just as you would expect. A handful of the top-rated […] The post The Daily Mail did an RNLI hatchet job and the backlash was spectacu
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