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RNLI hit back over migrant Channel rescues as crews face abuse

The charity’s chief executive Mark Dorie described the migrant crisis as a “polarizing issue” but defended crews who carry out “humanitarian work of the highest order”.

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Mark Dowie, RNLI chief executive, said he felt compelled to comment after volunteers reported being heckled for bringing migrants to safety.

It comes as record numbers of migrants try to cross the potentially treacherous English Channel to get to the UK, despite vows from the Home Office to make the route from mainland Europe “unviable”.

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