» Thursday, May 19, 2005

ID Cards Bill

Asked about when the ID Cards Bill might be published, the PMOS said it did take a few days to decide the order and timetable of publications. The PMOS said he believed the Government hoped to reintroduce the bill as soon as possible in the manifesto, but he thought it better to wait and see.

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  1. Why I.D cards .I refuse to spend my hard earned money on such rubbish.They seem innocent enough things at the moment but what information will those in power over the next 20 years want to put on them .Don’t be fooled ,don’t trust the men in suits who smile at you at election times,all parties inclusive.Liers all of them,a plague on all thier houses.Tell them to shove thier I.D. cards where its always dark.

    Comment by R.Griffiths — 23 May 2005 on 9:47 pm | Link
  2. Blair must KNOW that this bill is never going to get off the ground, or if it does it will have so much opposition that it will be a waste of time anyway. So why? Is this some kind of smokescreen or does he honestly think he can pull it off?

    Comment by PapaLazzzaru — 24 May 2005 on 10:56 am | Link

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