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November 20, 2010

First as tragedy, then as farce

You would imagine that the one thing an identity card system would have is information on who the cards were issued to.  But you would have reckoned without the UK’s well-thought-out implementation: “We should not exaggerate the significance of all this. Much has been made of the elderly and the very young. We have no reliable demographic information at all on who the purchasers were.

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Just when you think you are as cynical and world-weary as it is possible to be, you read something like this...

Posted by: Ian Randall at Nov 20, 2010 2:08:35 PM