New pic: Tom Felton, Noel Clarke and Joe Dempsey support the Robin Hood Tax

Earlier this morning, actor/director Noel Clarke posted this picture with Tom Felton and “Skins” actor Joe Dempsey. The three are working together to support the Robin Hood Tax, an idea proposed by a group of more than 300 economists and businessmen, where there would be a small tax on financial transactions that occur only between large institutions. There are estimates it could raise more than £250 to £450 billion a year worldwide. This money could then be used to help fight global climate change, world hunger, and more.

According to Tom, “Taking just a little from rich financial organisations could transform the lives of people in the UK whose jobs, homes and public services are under threat because of the economic crisis.”

Thanks Noel for the picture! =)

3 thoughts on “New pic: Tom Felton, Noel Clarke and Joe Dempsey support the Robin Hood Tax

  1. This is the picture of the loveliest group of Merry men ever! I’ll treasure it always, for Thomas is really in his element, doing his best to put things right, here. Love the grin!

    With Love,

    Sam.

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