Wednesday, 27 June 2007

NO2ID: Glasgow interrogation centre protest

The Identity and Passport Service have started interviewing first-time passport applicants in Glasgow. This is the start of the process that will eventually see every resident summoned.

At interrogations for ID cards, biometric data (e.g. fingerprints and iris scans) will be recorded on a central database along with other personal information that will enable the government to link together all the information that they hold about you.

Currently a personal dossier is collected before the interview and questions asked based on that, but fingerprinting has not yet started as far as we know.

NO2ID will be protesting outside the interrogation centre on Saturday.
Please come along if you can.

Date: Saturday 30th June

Time: 11 am

Place: Blythswood House
200 West Regent Street


For further details, please contact Geraint Bevan (

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