Anyway, to keep up to date, a quick scan throws up this equally-quick summary:
- Home Office to press ahead with ID cards via ePolitix. Looks like the Labour Party are going to strong-arm it through government like they're doing with every other piece of even-vaguely controversial legislation - sans dicussion, plenty of PR. Welcome to the land of neo-democracy.
- Kennedy blasts 'neo-con' Blunkett, also via ePolitix.
- And Blair denies terror hype claims, of course. [BBC] Well he would, wouldn't he? He's got no reverse gear (just like one of those old Bubble Cars. Or a motorbike... No, stick with the Bubble Car analogy after all.)
I also notice that Liberty have noticed that Labor have a page to add your support for ID Cards. But why bother, if they know they're going to do it anyway and damn the rest of you? I also like the way they want to get the Tories backing the card, but keep them way out of power. Keep your friends close...