Government to introduce digital ID legislation

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Government to introduce digital ID legislation. Source iStock
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Government to introduce digital ID legislation. Source iStock

But there is no plan to introduce mandatory ID cards, DCMS says

The government has announced that it intends to introduce new legislation that will improve the security of people's digital identity while making them more trusted. The proposed identification ...

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