Posted on March 25, 2010 by Sabine Kurjo McNeill
When we held a Forum meeting on March 9th, 2010 we awarded both Lord Sudeley and Austin Mitchell MP the Honorary Robin Hood Award.
The Robin Hood Tax, feared by the banks and loved by the poor, is the tip of the changes required to move the iceberg of public debts.
Meeting Lord Sudeley in 1998 was the beginning of Forum meetings in the House of Lords.
Since the House of Lords reform, however, Austin Mitchell MP has been particularly active on our behalf, especially by tabling Early Day Motions in the House of Commons.
Filed under: Engaging with MPs, Political initiatives Tagged: | Austin Mitchell MP, Lord Sudeley FSA, Robin Hood Award