TONIGHT: Robin Hood Tax Debate at St Paul's Cathedral

By Zoe Craig Last edited 89 months ago
TONIGHT: Robin Hood Tax Debate at St Paul's Cathedral

Do banks have a responsibility to contribute to the common good? If so, is the proposed Robin Hood Tax the solution?

These questions are being chewed over tonight at St Paul's Cathedral, in a panel debate organised by St Paul's Institute, CAFOD, Tearfund and The Salvation Army. The evening's being chaired by economist and BBC Radio 4 presenter Evan Davis. (Him off Dragon's Den, if you prefer.)

It's free to get in, and the debate is being followed by a Q&A session.

So if you want your opinions heard by the panel:

pop along to St Paul's tonight from 7pm.

Photo by M@ from the Londonist Flickr pool

Last Updated 09 March 2011