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Home Secretary Alan Johnson has unveiled the final design of the controversial national identity card.The card will be offered to members of the public in the Greater Manchester area from the end of this year. Ministers plan to launch the £30 biometric ID Card nationwide in 2011 or 2012 - but it will not be compulsory. But the government faces increasing opposition over the card with critics saying it breaches privacy as well as being useless and a waste of money. Ministers say the card, which follows the launch of the foreign national ID card, will provide an easy way of safely proving identity. They say this system, backed up by a national identity register, will help combat identity fraud, crime and terrorism.
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1. Symbol meaning a chip is embedded in the card2. National Identity Registration Number3. Date of card issue and date it becomes invalid 4. Citizenship. Foreign nationals in the UK are being given different cards.5. Signature - digitally embedded in the card 6. Place of birth 7. Photo taken to biometric standards 8. Biometric chip holds fingerprint record 9. Swipe zone. Information which can be automatically read by computer
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People in NI who identify themselves as Irish will be issued with a different version of the ID card which the Government is planning to introduce.Home Secretary Alan Johnson has unveiled the final design of the controversial national ID card. The Home Office said the scheme must recognise identity rights as laid out in the Belfast Agreement. That means Irish nationals living in NI will be issued with a "personal ID card" rather than a national ID card. The personal card will not record an individual's nationality and so cannot be used as a travel document. Only the Irish Government can issue an official travel document to Irish citizens. However, cardholders will still be registered on the British ID national database and so will be able to use the card to prove their identity. The Home Office is also going to assure those who hold Irish nationality or dual citizenship living in Britain that they will continue to have the right to apply for an Irish passport even though they are on the UK national identity register.
^ more infodidn't think this would ever actually happen
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no doubt the gov, will be charging to renew cards on expiry or enforce imprisonment etc...Basically like an MOT for humans.Welcome to the end game.

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Do you hear that, Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability.

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Do you hear that, Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability.
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We told you this would happen and it did. Next they will make them compulsory.

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nah nah nah thats lyrically lame

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american 1 is not a joke, place of birth, residence blood type, eye strength, prints, past convivtions, every kina personal info is on that one little card and the fact thats all they need to travel from state to state is a key reason majority of them dont own passportsWe have already had prototypes of these cards before, citizenship cards etcDR Malachi York heeded everyone on this centralisation a good 30 summin years ago

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Do you hear that, Mr. Anderson? That is the sound of inevitability.
:lol:
applause
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Was always going to happenCSTM but its basically inevitable now

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The Nazi's also wore coats and drove cars.They say these won't be compulsory but they will make life difficult not to have one. Like Oyster cards

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The Nazi's also wore coats and drove cars.They say these won't be compulsory but they will make life difficult not to have one. Like Oyster cards
VeryTo the point it might as well be compulsory
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At least we won't be in denial of being a police stateThe right to arrest anyone not carrying ID will be more official

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Had this on the ViP2 site about JUNE time. But got rid of it. Anyways, bring on 2011 - 2012Coz by then a new gorvenment could (should) be in power

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I swear all passports are chipped anyways?

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I swear all passports are chipped anyways?
new ones are
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Had this on the ViP2 site about JUNE time. But got rid of it. Anyways, bring on 2011 - 2012Coz by then a new gorvenment could (should) be in power
New government wouldn't make a difference to be honest. Just new faces to convince the public there's going to be change when things will more or less be heading in the same direction.
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swear torys said they are gonna scrap it?The more I follow politics, the more it angers and disguists me wtf

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we need a revolution

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