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HAS YOUR COUNCIL CALLED FOR A ROBIN HOOD TAX?

Councils all over the country are calling for a Robin Hood Tax to fight cuts to frontline services and make the financial sector pay for the damage it has caused.


72 Councils are calling for a Robin Hood Tax:

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The following councils are calling for a UK Robin Hood Tax:

  • Amber Valley

  • Angus

  • Ashfield

  • Bassetlaw

  • Bath & North East Somerset

  • Blackpool

  • Bolton

  • Bradford

  • Bridgend

  • Broxtowe

  • Caerphilly

  • CALDERDALE

  • Cardiff

  • Ceredigion

  • Chorley

  • Copeland

  • Corby

  • Denbighshire

  • Derbyshire

  • Doncaster

  • Durham

  • Ealing

  • Edinburgh

  • Enfield

  • Falkirk

  • Gateshead

  • Glasgow

  • Great Yarmouth

  • Hackney

  • Hartlepool

  • Hastings

  • Hounslow

  • Hyndburn

  • Islington

  • Kirklees

  • Knowsley

  • Lancashire

  • Lancaster

  • Leicester

  • Lewisham

  • Lincoln

  • Liverpool

  • Luton

  • Manchester

  • Mansfield

  • Middlesbrough

  • Midlothian

  • Newcastle

  • Newport

  • North East Lincolnshire

  • North Lanarkshire

  • Norwich

  • Nottingham

  • Nottinghamshire

  • Oxford

  • Plymouth

  • Portsmouth

  • Preston

  • Renfrewshire

  • Rochdale

  • Sandwell

  • Sheffield

  • Southwark

  • Stockton-On-Tees

  • Stoke-On-Trent

  • Stroud

  • Swansea

  • Tameside

  • Torfaen

  • West Lothian

  • Worcester

  • Wyre Forest

Cuts to frontline services have hit the country hard, and we haven't felt the brunt of it yet.

To make matters worse, the axe is falling heaviest on struggling councils.

More than 70 have sent a message to the government: that a Robin Hood Tax could raise billions and provide an alternative to cuts.

Ask your local councillors to join them now.

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