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Posted on 27 May 2006 3:23 am
Compare this to the answer given to Ian Paisley MP at Second Reading of the Identity Cards Bill, when he asked Charles Clarke, then Home Secretary, to "confirm to this House that none of the data that we are discussing [that is, data on the NIR] can be dispensed outside this United Kingdom?":
Mr Clarke replied that, "the Identity Cards Bill does not allow information to be provided from the national identity register to any foreign Government. That is the position--full stop."
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