RNLI donations surge after Tory criticism of its work overseas

  The Guardian 

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Rise follows lifeboat charity’s robust response to critics of its support for projects outside UK The Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has enjoyed a surge in donations after the charity was criticised for its work helping to save people from drowning abroad. Both the Times and MailOnline had highlighted that the RNLI was sending millions of pounds to projects overseas at at time when it
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