From UK Polling Report:
The latest poll shows that 47% of people think the introduction of ID cards would be a good idea, 51% think they would be a bad idea - a straight 5% swing compared to the last ICM/No2ID poll in February and the first time (apart from a very strangely worded BPIX question a year ago) that a poll has shown a majority opposed.
This is excellent news. At last the public are waking up to the dangers and costs of a database state.
Keep up to date with the latest developments at the No to ID cards blog.
Now that we Brits have decided, by way of referendum, that we want to be part of a united states of Europe it's only right and proper that we all have an EU passport to health to begin the process of aclimatising us to the database state that is to follow.
I know that people are looking younger and younger these days but that guy looks about 40 and describes himself as a pensioner. Surely someone should be investigating this fraud?
The Ministry of Propaganda head honcho, Charles Clarke, has reacted furiously to news that the estate of George Orwell is to sue the British Government for infringement of copyright.
The case, thought to be the first of its kind, looks set to make legal history.