Tuesday, March 28, 2006

ID cards rejected for the 5th time

I received a press release that the ID cards Bill has been rejected by the House of Lords for the 5th time. This time, it was by a majority of 28 (219-191). The main issue is whether ID cards should be linked to passport applications - the HL argue that this should be voluntary and not a compulsory measure. The Bill will now go back to the House of Commons.

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