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Glasgow campaign against the database state

Glasgow NO2ID is one of the many local groups across the UK set up as part of the national NO2ID campaign against the database state.

Clear majority say no to ID in Glasgow

A comprehensive month-long survey of Glasgow shoppers has found that a clear majority oppose the introduction of compulsory ID cards and the creation of a National Identity Register (NIR).

Read more about the survey findings!

Contact

If you would like to learn more about Glasgow NO2ID or would like to get involved in our campaign, please contact Geraint by e-mailing glasgow@no2id.net.

Announcements

Subscribe to the Glasgow No2ID announcement list to receive occasional messages about local NO2ID activity and calls to action in and around Glasgow.

Resources

A lecture about ID cards and NO2ID was given to the Glasgow and Strathclyde Law School on 28th February 2008. Topics covered included the history of ID cards in Britain, the passage of the legislation through Parliament and the campaign against them. The slides are available as a PDF: NO2ID Glasgow and Strathclyde Law.

A NO2ID presentation was given at a workshop on "the future of privacy" at the Fife Rights Forum annual event on 25th November 2005. A PDF of the presentation is available: Privacy Implications of the Identity Cards Bill. A similar presentation was given on 10th May 2006 to members of Glasgow Anti-Racist Alliance: NO2ID/GARA slides.

Some tips for writing to newspapers might be useful for those wishing to get letters published.

Contacting Glasgow MPs

To find out who your MP is, or to send them a fax, enter your postcode in the box below which will redirect you to WriteToThem.

Your Politicians

For more information about your MP's voting record, see http://www.TheyWorkForYou.com.

If you already know who your MP is, you may prefer to phone or e-mail them. Letters to MPs can be addressed to:

House of Commons
London
SW1A 0AA

Links

For information about national entitlement cards in Scotland, please visit Dr John Welford's pages on The Scottish Identity Card Scandal.