Tom Felton Appears on ITV’s “That Sunday Night Show” to Talk About Robin Hood Tax

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Feb 20, 2011

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Felton Interviews

Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy) appeared on ITV’s “That Sunday Night Show” this evening to discuss the Robin Hood Tax, a campaign for a tax of around 0.05% on the financial sector. The campaign claims such a tax could raise at least £20 billion a year in the UK alone. Felton previously appeared in an advert for the campaign and Bill Nighy (Rufus Scrimgeour) has also starred in one of the campaign videos.

Felton speaks briefly about reliving his “lost childhood” having finished Harry Potter by rediscovering skiing and other activities he wasn’t allowed to do while he was working on the Harry Potter films.

A YouTube user kindly captured Felton’s appearance alongside Janet Street-Porter, Russell Kane, The Apprentice‘s Lord Alan Sugar and presenter Adrian Chiles, and you can watch it embedded below or here on the YouTube website:





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