Cheaper, more secure ID system set out

Monday, 6 June 2005, 11:28 PM EST

Academics have proposed an alternative to the Government's plans for a national identity card scheme which they claim will be more secure, reliable, cost-effective and citizen-friendly.

The London School of Economics released for pubic comment on 6 June details of a possible model for a national identification system.

At the eGov monitor.

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