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  Identity document - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Very often, opposition to identity cards is born out of the suspicion that they will be used to track anyone's movements and private life, possibly endangering one's privacy; for instance, a person will probably not want others to know he or she is attending meetings with Alcoholics Anonymous.
Nevertheless, several Home Secretaries have since proposed reintroducing identity cards, under various pretexts and, in 2003, the then Home Secretary David Blunkett stated that the British government intends to introduce a national identity card scheme based on biometric technology, together with a database to track the resident population, to be made compulsory by 2013.
To that end, the Identity Cards Bill was introduced in the House of Commons on November 29, 2004; the bill failed as it was not passed before the UK general election, 2005, but was reintroduced soon after.
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This argument is considered by opponents to be simplistic and they would argue it is easily defeated [1]
Telegraph story: the case for and against identity cards (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2001/09/25/nid25.xml)
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Managing disparate linked systems with a range of institutions and any number of personnel having access to them is a potential security disaster in the making.[1]
Thousands of people have signed a pledge stating that they will refuse the register for an identity card if 10,000 other people also make the same pledge ().
The TGWU has said that identity cards have the potential to become Labour's Poll Tax
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