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How Mr Willcock's brush with Pc Muckle struck a blow for freedom
12 July 2003

'If opponents of identity cards want a champion, they need look no further than the late Clarence Henry Willcock. He was the last person prosecuted in Britain for refusing to produce his wartime ID card and he spearheaded a public campaign that led to their abolition 50 years ago.' link

Posted by SteveC at 04:19 PM Sat 12 Jul 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Privacy , The Telegraph