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Abandon ofcom costs against RNLI

118 Signatures Goal: 250

A petition for re-consideration of current proposals by Ofcom for radio licencing fees that, if applied will effect RNLI annual running costs by £260,000. A service manned by volunteers willing to risk their lives in the service of others should not be penalised financialy in this manner. The RNLI receives no Government funding, being fully supported by public donation. These donations should not be used to fund Government services.

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  • Mr R G Thompson
    Mr R G Thompson United Kingdom, Bradford
    Jul 19, 2016
    Jul 19, 2016
    Charging the RNLI for licences is stretching a fine organisations already strained resources. This can only result in endangering RNLI crew and mariners. Think again Ofcom Please...
  • Dave Styles
    Dave Styles United Kingdom
    Mar 01, 2016
    Mar 01, 2016
    Oh goody.£260000 toward our
    £175,000,000,000,000 debt.
  • Mr M Bower
    Mr M Bower United Kingdom, Plymouth
    Jun 30, 2015
    Jun 30, 2015
    the government should help RNLI with all costs
  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Dec 29, 2013
    Dec 29, 2013
    RNLI should be exempt from paying fees, as should Coast Guard
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