Why we need Robin

It’s simple: the financial crisis and the recession have left a massive hole in the UK’s public finances. Jobs and public services are at risk in the UK while many other developed and developing countries face a similar struggle. But there is another way. Thousands of Robin Hood supporters believe that banks, hedge funds and the rest of the financial sector should pay their fair share to clear up the mess they helped create.

Poverty & Inequality in the UK

Taking care of those who need it most in the UK


263 million children and youths are still not in school – yet education is key to ending poverty

Maternal and Child Health

Basic care for mothers and children could save millions of lives

Economic Crisis in the UK

The economic crisis has left everyone making do, and the poorest struggling

Global Climate Change

Climate change is hitting the world’s poorest and most vulnerable hard

Global Economic Crisis

The global downturn has left everybody making do, and the poorest struggling.

Public Services & Welfare

Public services and a solid, fair welfare system are essential to getting our country back on its feet.

Health and Well-Being

Even basic healthcare is a basic right

HIV, Malaria and Other Diseases

HIV, malaria and TB are killing millions yet all are preventable diseases

Gender Equality

Women have pulled the short straw and are much more likely to be poor than men

Debt & Aid

Aid works. Let’s use this Robin Hood Tax to help those in poverty.

Climate Change in the UK

Climate change is here, it’s real – let’s tackle it together