Britain's keeping mandatory, RFID-enabled biometric ID cards that can be read without your knowledge or permission for immigrants like me:
Foreign nationals from outside the European Economic Area would still be required to have ID cards with 50,000 already issued, he said.
The Conservatives said the decision was a retreat.
"They have spent millions on the scheme so far -- the Home Secretary thinks it has been a waste and wants to scrap it, but the prime minister won't let him," said the party's home affairs spokesman Chris Grayling.
"So we end up with an absurd fudge instead."
Britain drops plans to make ID cards compulsory
Security services firm FireEye says two hacker groups known to be sponsored by the Russian government of Vladimir Putin are waging cyber-attacks currently against European government systems.
But her emails.
Kraft could show up at the White House party before he shows up in court.
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