posted by The Moai at 1:48 AM
I'm not surprised, are you?Having been brought up in a very over-the-top religious household, I'm now bracing myself for the discovery that it will consist of somekind of bar code with 6 sets of 6 numbers and then we'll find out that John Prescott is the AntiChrist (did we ever doubt it?) and it's the beginning of the end, folks.And breathe.Oh well.
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...by the backdoor, in the fridge and under the sink. Do you own a nectar card ? Truth is even if they don't issue us with id cards, the government will soon be able to just buy your profile from Tesco.Presumably they'll wait until the end of a Sunday afternoon when they can get all the slightly wilted ids at a discount.
...sorry - not sure if I've got the hang of this html doohickey in the comments boxes - here's that "Tesco" link in full:http://politics.guardian.co.uk/foi/story/0,9061,1573989,00.html
Bloody hell thats a badly written article you've linked to - like ploughing through porridge in wellies.I don't give a hoot if passports prove more about the holder than they do now - provided the information is only accessed as part of a query thrown up by a person's travel between countries.Maybe I'm being a little bit "I'm alright Jack", however, because I have never applied for a passport anyway. (Nor a Tesco card)
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