July 05, 2005

Clarke attacks noninvasive ID cards

After showing how much New Labour's internal passport will cost the LSE created their own proposal, a much cheaper, simpler system that works by trusting professionals and allowing as much data to be kept off the system as the person applying wants. Obviously this did not please the Home Orifice:
"Home Office Minister Tony McNulty rejected the proposal as 'complete and utter nonsense'.

'I think his alternative proposal is as preposterous as his original report,' he told Today."
It appears that the LSE has forgotten the principle points of why the Home Orifice wants ID cards. It wants to increase it's budget, it does not trust any of the people of this country let alone professionals, and it wants as much information on us as possible so that it can control us as much as possible.


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