/ NEWS: Government Taxes Mountain Rescue £200,000 Per Year
The Mountain Rescue (MR) for England and Wales is donation funded and staffed by volunteers. They receive no remuneration for their efforts, but are rewarded with a large tax bill.
"We are constantly met with a brick wall when it comes to government making concessions to us on taxes"
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