February 17, 2008
Mass fingerprinting, biometric passports, identity cards and international identity databases will not protect Britain and other European countries from terrorists or criminals.
This startling admission comes in a leaked European Commission report prepared for Home Secretary Jacqui Smith and other EU Home Affairs Ministers.
The report undermines Gordon Brown’s claims about the need for controversial new passports and identity cards to protect the country from terror attacks.
It raises new questions about the true purpose of Government databases, which will store intimate details of everyone in Britain, including their picture, fingerprints and confidential personal information.
This article was posted: Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 6:59 pm