Bill Nighy's Robin Hood Tax Video May Have Gotten Goldman Employees To Commit Voter Fraud

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Here's the Bill Nighy video advertising the Robin Hood Tax, which is calling for a 0.05% tax on banking transactions. The tax could potentially raise at least $100 billion pounds to fight against child poverty and tackle poverty and climate change around the world, according to the campaign. At least one or two enterprising hackers at GS may have a problem with that.

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