Exeter’s No2ID working to maintain freedom from creeping ID bureacracy
Exeter’s No2ID group, which is working for lawful non-compliance in terms of ID cards will be raising their profile around the city in the next few weeks. (From thisisexeter)
Sam Morris, the group’s coordinator, says the group has already gained some traction with Exeter City Council and Devon County Council.
“Exeter City Council recently put through a motion reaffirming they are against ID cards and that they won’t cooperate as far as is possible, such as not making Exeter citizens use ID cards to access services,” he said.
“And Devon County Council has also passed a motion which states details for non-compliance within the rule of law and they won’t take part in any pilot scheme.”
For more details, contact Sam Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org
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