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Identity cards won't stop the terrorists: they're only a fig leaf
25 July 2003

'This volume of correspondence is unprecedented, vastly exceeding the
response to anything I have written before. Many of those who support us
begin with a disclaimer: "I am no Left-wing civil rights fanatic,
but...", and then they go on to express revulsion that the British are
to be monitored like the Poles were under Jaruzelski, and the Chinese
are today...'

Posted by SteveC at 02:56 PM Fri 25 Jul 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Privacy , The Telegraph