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Support for identity cards
10 November 2003

'DAVID FROST: Well that's exactly what I wanted to talk about second, so you're spot on there. And in fact, while we're on the how it works bit, I mean people think it's going to be more complicated obviously than a credit card, some people say well we've got passports why do we need this, but is it because of all the extra devices, the retinal spotting and so on? What is, what is the way to make an ID card, a compulsory ID card, work?' link

Posted by SteveC at 09:48 PM Mon 10 Nov 2003 Categories: BBC , ID Cards , Surveillance & Security