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Provincial Matters

Serious doubts over the viability of the scheme to track people in and out of the country emerged today after the Government gave way to pressure from the European Commission over the collection of travellers' personal information.

Of course a province of the Empire won't be allowed to control its own border, what does it think it is, an independent country?

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Some good from Europe at last (proof that even a broken clock is right twice a day). The stasi-state collects quite enough information on me as it is, and has no reason, no RIGHT to demand where I'm going, when why and how. It's a short step from wanting to know to granting (or withholding) permission to travel.....

Exit controls are for communist hell holes like Cuba and North Korea. And Scotland

Some good from Europe at last (proof that even a broken clock is right twice a day). The stasi-state collects quite enough information on me as it is, and has no reason, no RIGHT to demand where I'm going, when why and how. It's a short step from wanting to know to granting (or withholding) permission to travel.....

Exit controls are for communist hell holes like Cuba and North Korea. And Scotland

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