PRESS RELEASE

To:
Home Office
OIG (re US-VISIT)
IDABC (re OSCIE)
Agencies

 

Crosby, Smith, Kelly and Brown
9 March 2008

1. How long before Jacqui Smith (the Home Secretary) has an Estelle Morris moment and Ruth Kelly steps up to the plate?
2. What do the Identity and Passport Service (IPS) do all day?
3. How long before there are no suppliers left to provide goods and services to the National Identity Scheme (NIS)?
4. What do IPS do all day?
5. Do politicians know what they are talking about when it comes to biometrics?
6. What do IPS do all day?
7. Sir James has said it now, but do politicians understand that we don't trust them with the NIS?
8. What do IPS do all day?
9. What title will Sir James take when a grateful nation insists that he be raised to the peerage?
10. What do IPS do all day?

These are just some of the questions not answered in BCSL's latest press release: http://dematerialisedid.com/BCSL/Crosby.html


About Business Consultancy Services Ltd (BCSL):
BCSL has operated as an IT consultancy since 1984. The past five years have been spent campaigning against the Home Office's plans to introduce ID cards into the UK. It must now be admitted that the government are much better at convincing people that it's a bad idea than anyone else is, including BCSL.

Press contacts: David Moss, BCSL@blueyonder.co.uk


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