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Public backs ID cards but balks at 40 fee, poll says
8 September 2003

'The public overwhelmingly supports the idea of compulsory identity cards, says a YouGov opinion poll published today in The Telegraph. But it strongly objects to having to pay 40 for them.' link

Posted by SteveC at 06:57 PM Mon 8 Sep 2003 Categories: ID Cards , The Telegraph