>Oh my god. Just don’t go to the UK. Why not? Not only will you likely not be helped if you fall in the water and appear to be drowning, if you need rescuing by the coastguard, they are being asked to fill out a big old form before they go rescue you so they can assess risk. They say it’s to keep the bosses’ hands legally clean when rescuers go to a situation. Oh? What about when someone doesn’t get rescued for a while because the coastguards are busy crossing t’s and dotting i’s, suffers injuries as a result, and sues?
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