ID cards and the DNA database are for the scrapheap

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Along with parts of the NPfIT and other costly government IT projects

ID cards for the scrapheap ID cards, incomplete parts of the NHS Programme for IT (NPfIT) and a large portion of the police DNA database are likely to be heading for the scrapheap after David Cam...

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