Bridget condemns latest extension of ID card database

10 July, 2009 at 4:25 pm Leave a comment

Bridget is backing the NO2ID campaign

Bridget is backing the NO2ID campaign

Bridget Fox has condemned the Government’s vote to bring in the next stage of the ID card scheme.

Bridget says, “The Government’s position is contradictory and misleading. First Alan Johnson said that ID cards would not be compulsory, then he said that the whole scheme would be accelerated. While spin doctors try to convince us that ID cards have been dropped, the truth is that the Government is still pushing them.

“By forcing through yet more ID card legislation, the Government has shown again how out of touch they are. ID cards are expensive, intrusive and do nothing to make us safer. It’s time to say no to ID.”

Read the full story here.


Entry filed under: NO2ID.

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