Time to unite against ID cards, says Bridget

18 August, 2009 at 6:38 pm Leave a comment

NO2ID_logo-20060416Liberal Democrat campaigner Bridget Fox has restated her opposition to ID cards following recent concerns about NHS records in Islington.

Bridget says: “The recent case of NHS paper records lost on Holloway Road reminds us how important it is for the government and state organisations to keep our data safe; and not to collect more information than they really need in the first place. Yet every week, hardly noticed, the Labour government is extending the database state, at our expense.

“ID cards are expensive, intrusive and do nothing to make us safer. At a time of recession, the multi-billion pound ID card budget could be so much better spent. It’s time to say no to ID.”

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