Two years on since the economic crash its impacts are fundamentally changing the landscape and social fabric of Britain. We're going to find out how, and remind people of why.
As the cuts begin to hit home we will be heading to fifteen towns and cities across the UK to collect stories of people, projects and places which have been impacted by the spending cuts, to find out what the financial crash has done to our country.
The Robin Hood Tax. The campaign for a financial transaction tax - a tiny tax on bank to bank transactions that could raise hundreds of millions for public services and to tackle poverty and climate change at home and around the world.