Disillusioned Discordian

Leeds NO2ID
March 26, 2008, 4:30 pm
Filed under: ID Cards / Surveillance

The NO2ID campaign in Leeds is starting to pick up pace now with regular meetings now taking place. Already a street stall has been held which received a good response from members of the public wanting to find out what they could do to stop the introduction of Identity cards. The Student Union at the University of Leeds has recently agreed a motion opposing ID cards. It is hoped that this will be the first of many local organizations within the city to support the campaign against ID cards. Greg Mulholland local Lib Dem MP for Leeds North West has also stated his opposition to the government’s plans, and as lobbying of other local politicians is underway hopefully many more will follow suit. NO2ID now runs public mailing lists for local groups which you can join straight from their website, have a look and see if there is a group in your area you could get involved with. There is also a facebook group for Leeds NO2ID. Meanwhile across Yorkshire the campaign against ID cards is gathering momentum with Bradford and Selby groups increasing in their activities.


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