Public faith in ID cards slumps


An article illustrating the value of patience (but how difficult it is to be patient in the face of such a scheme):

The public’s faith in ID cards has slumped in the wake of a series of data loss scandals by the Government. Those in favour of the card now stand at just 55 per cent after dropping from 60 per cent in August. At the same time, opposition to the £4.7 billion scheme grew from 24 to 26 per cent in the same period, the Home Office’s own polling showed.

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