Charities call for 'Robin Hood Tax' to protect public services

A coalition of trade unions, anti-poverty organisations and third sector bodies have launched a campaign calling for a global financial transactions tax that it says could raise more than £250 billion and help stave off swingeing cuts to public services.

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