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Lynne Jones MP demolishes misleading pro-ID card statements March 13, 2006

Posted by lifejacket in "Politician he speak with forked tongue".
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Call For Home Secretary To Apologise For Misleading House On ID Cards

“Ahead of tomorrow’s debate in the House of Commons on ID Cards, Lynne Jones MP has today written to Andy Burnham MP, Under Secretary of State at the Home Office …

In her letter, Lynne Jones unpicks the Junior Minister’s letter point by point and calls for answers on key outstanding questions. She also suggests the Home Secretary, Charles Clarke, should apologise for misleading the House during the last debate, when he claimed the United States would be having a scheme akin to the UK’s National Identity Register with 13 biometrics…”

(Read more at epolitix)

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1. Ian D - March 16, 2006

Your link to epolitix is borked 🙂

2. lifejacket - March 16, 2006

Not any more it’s not 😉

Cheers


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