Opinion: Identity crisis - The knee-jerk reaction to the terrible terrorist attacks in the US is to clamp down hard on the movements of people. So, inevitably, the issue of identity cards has been revived in the UK. But these are, as Churchill himself said, fundamentally alien to the rights and liberties of the British
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Public finance : the business monthly of the public sector. - London : Public Finance, ISSN 1352-9250, ZDB-ID 11697313. - 2001 (21.09.), p. 5
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