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Darling joins cabinet opponents of ID card
23 October 2003

'Tony Blair's hopes of winning cabinet support for identity cards have been dealt a further blow after Alistair Darling, the transport secretary, submitted a five-page cabinet letter opposing their introduction.' link

Posted by SteveC at 11:33 AM Thu 23 Oct 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Surveillance & Security , The Guardian