What Has The Financial Crisis Meant For Britain?

April 4, 2011 § Leave a comment

Over the next three weeks, I’ll be travelling around Britain to document the impact of the financial crisis for everyday people and organisations doing good. The tour is part of the Robin Hood Tax campaign. We’ll be filming interviews with people we meet to demonstrate the need for a financial transaction tax to pay for public services in the UK, as well as development and climate adaptation money for poor countries around the world.

We’ll be visiting – London, Brighton, Bristol, Cardiff, Oxford, Birmingham, Liverpool, Manchester, Bradford, Newcastle, Glasgow and the outer Hebrides island of South Uist. If you live in any of these places – let me know! I’ll give you a call when we get in to town.

This means I’ll be blogging from the road – but will not be focused on sharing other stories and links until after the Easter weekend. Normal service will then begin once again.

First update coming later tonight…

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