Some articles on national identity register, identity, national, register:
... announced that they planned to scrap the ID card scheme, including the National Identity Register (as well as the next generation of biometric passports and the ContactPoint database ... Section 1(1) of the Identity Documents Act repealed the Identity Cards Act 2006 on 21 January 2011 (making all ID cards invalid) and mandated the destruction of all data on the National ... The register was officially destroyed on Thursday the 10 February when the final 500 hard drives containing the register were shredded at RDC in Witham, Essex ...
... There had been plans, under the Identity Cards Act 2006, to link passports to the Identity Cards scheme ... government announced that they planned to scrap the ID card scheme, the National Identity Register, and the next generation of biometric passports, as part of their measures 'to reverse the substantial erosion ... The schedule for putting passport applicants' and renewers' details on the National Identity Register (NIR) has not been announced The identity card was expected to cost up ...
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