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The UK's Wine and Spirit Association has welcomed the country's Home Secretary David Blunkett's announcement that he will press ahead with his plans for national identity cards. Blunkett's statement echoes the Prime Minister's declaration that ID cards might be introduced "even quicker than we anticipated".


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