The Robinhood Tax campaign claimed that one of the two computers used to spam the Internet poll with “no” votes on Thursday, belonged to the investment bank.
Technical staff for the Robinhoodtax.org.uk said that the website registered more than 4,600 negative votes over a 20-minute period starting at 3.41pm.
The number of “no” votes jumped from 1,400 to 6000 before the site’s security was tightened.
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