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We carry credit cards, shop cards, NHS cards, debit cards, driving licences, why not another one? Whilst much more information is held about us than we already think, the idea of a database holding everything about me available to anyone with access to such a database, and possibly for a fee as has been suggested, is not on. ID cards did not stop the Madrid bombing, they have them in Spain. With currently held data - why do we need more - and at what cost? There are darker sides to this scheme as yet not revealed. No, I do not want my already invaded privacy further breached at any cost. Do I have anything to hide? No, nothing - and I do not need to prove it to anyone. Orwell's 1984 is kindergarten compared to 2005.Derek Reynolds, 12 years ago.