Monthly Archives: March 2008

Government and Speaker collude over ID Card OGC reviews

In a free society, the rights and laws protect the individual from the government. In a dictatorship, the rights and laws protect the government from the people. When governments begin to abuse laws to protect their own wrongdoing, we should … Continue reading

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ID Cards are the ultimate identity theft

Prof Ian Angell writes in The Times: However, the ID card itself isn’t the real problem: it’s the ID register. There, each entry will eventually take on a legal status. In time, all other proofs of identity will refer back … Continue reading

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UK Libertarian Party condemns ID card “soft sell”.

News Release The UK Libertarian Party today condemned the Labour government's proposals to introduce ID cards through a “soft sell”. Party Leader, Patrick Vessey, said, “Both ID cards and the accompanying database fundamentally change the relationship between individuals and the … Continue reading

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Police State – Has the ACPO gone into business for itself

Some countries require Police record information as part of their immigration, visas, work permits and residency acceptance processes. This is the case for the USA: ‘Under United States visa law, people who have been arrested at anytime are required to … Continue reading

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Manifesto for Libertarian Party published

The Libertarian Party of the United Kingdom today publishes its Manifesto. It is now for you to decide whether you want to continue to support the old statist parties, who see nothing wrong in telling you how to live your … Continue reading

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ID Cards are 'internal passport' – Minister

Geraint Bevan writes in the letters column of the Glasgow Herald:     Giving evidence to the (House of Commons) Home Affairs Committee on Tuesday, Meg Hillier, Minister for ID cards, said we should see the cards as “passports in-country”.     … Continue reading

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