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Orders of the Day — Identity Cards Bill

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at 5:08 pm on 20th December 2004.

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Photo of Charles Clarke Charles Clarke Home Secretary 5:08 pm, 20th December 2004

I reassure my right hon. Friend that we will consider that. The system that we have at the moment, and that we are suggesting in terms of addresses, is similar to the system that currently operates for driving licences, and enables—[Interruption.]

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David reynolds
Posted on 28 Dec 2004 6:25 pm (Report this annotation)

The short answer is clearly no. Thankfully everyone is already use to keeping their address up to date on their driver's license and will do so with the ID card.

James Berry
Posted on 17 Feb 2005 8:14 pm (Report this annotation)

Those of us without driving licences are used to no such thing. And what will the cost be of changing address?