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Secret go-ahead for ID card database
30 September 2003

'The cabinet has secretly given the go-ahead to the chancellor, Gordon Brown, to set up Britain's first national population computer database that is the foundation stone for a compulsory identity card scheme.' link

Posted by SteveC at 05:29 PM Tue 30 Sep 2003 Categories: ID Cards , Privacy , The Guardian