Government to blackmail teenagers over ID Cards

Teenagers will be made to take up identity cards in
order to open bank accounts or qualify for student funding, leaked
Government documents disclose report the Telegraph.

This led to
accusations that ministers are planning to blackmail young people into
taking part in the beleaguered ID cards scheme.

plan is contained in a confidential Home Office report leaked to the
Conservative Party. The document also shows that the widespread issuing
of ID cards to British subjects could be put back until after the next

Another section of the paper details a previously secret plan to blackmail young people into using the ID cards.

The document says: “We should issue ID cards to young
people to assist them as they open their first bank account, take out a
student loan, etc.”

Assist them? How exactly is the forced use of ID Cards assistance?

Home Office officials admitted last night that plans are being drawn up to target young people for the first ID cards.

Ministers will argue that carrying the cards will make it easier for
the young to gain access to services and prove their age when trying to
buy alcohol.

In other words, no ID Card, no alcohol… long before that moves to other purchases or services? If that is not blackmail….

Have you not had enough of this sick corrupt government, I know I have.

Are you fed up with the sleaze, the corruption, the arrogance, the lies. Are you sick of just voting for the lesser of 2 evils.

The self importance that MP's place upon themselves is corrupt. That stench needs disinfecting very soon.

Take the opportunity to tell your MP that you think they are corrupt, arrogant and anti democratic.You can write to them here.

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