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Blair Eyes Identity Cards After UK Arrests

Prime Minister Tony Blair indicated Thursday that Britain would speed up the introduction of compulsory identity cards following the arrest of nine terror suspects this week. Britain was already planning to bolster its tough anti-terror laws, passed in the wake of the September 11, 2001, attacks on the United States, but Blair told his monthly news conference further measures were needed now. “I think the whole issue of identity cards, which a few years ago were not on anyone’s agenda, is very much on the political agenda here, probably more quickly even than we anticipated,” he said. Full Story

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