Ex-MI5 boss, House of Lords give ID cards thumbs down

Friday, 18 November 2005, 8:10 AM EST

The House of Lords voted to reject the ID cards bill. The second house wants the draft legislation amended so that restrictions are placed on who would be allowed to use the cards to check a person's identity.

By Lucy Sherriff at The Register.

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