Thursday, 9 July 2009

Tory and Lib Dem plans On ID Cards

Create your own barcode at barcode art - I'm only worth $4.39

John Lettice at the Register has an article on what the opposition parties stance is, not just on the ID cards but National ID Register, see my previous post for more information on this. To summarise John's article:

Lib Dems and Tories will scrap the ID Card and register, along with both wanting to retain only the data needed, they're against storing data centrally on a creepy megabase. Where they seem uncertain is whether to have fingerprints on passports to secure against fraud. Essentially as long as Labour don't win a forth term, it's all gone along with all the money they've wasted on this inept policy.

Amazing really, when Labour talk of cuts and how many police officers, doctors or nurses that would be, how many does £200 million equal?

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