RNLI sees 'sharp increase in online donations' after critical Mail on Sunday article

RNLI sees 'sharp increase in online donations' after critical Mail on Sunday article

But it says there has also been a negative reaction from some donors to the story, which criticised the charity for spending money on overseas projects

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