The Government’s Nationality & Borders Bill risks criminalising historic charities like the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) which has saved over 143,000 people from drowning since it was formed in 1824.
I am putting forward an amendment to this legislation as I believe it breaches international and maritime law. My amendment would ensure the RNLI and other charitable organisations don’t face persecution for trying to save people from drowning.
The busiest RNLI station in the country is surprisingly on the Thames in London, but they need help to run their charitable operations across the country. If you can make a one off or regular donation please use their link below: