Irish ID cards planned after London atrocity

The almost certain introduction of ID cards in Britain following the London bombings is likely to lead to their introduction here, according to government sources.

9th July, 2005

The almost certain introduction of ID cards in Britain following the London bombings is likely to lead to their introduction here, according to government sources.

The Sunday Business Post understands that government officials are involved in “ongoing discussions'‘ with their counterparts in London about British plans for ID cards.

“We are watching events closely in Britain, and our understanding is that the ID cards will now go ahead over there,” said one informed...

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