It's been a problem faced by youth across the world since the invention of under-age drinking laws: how to get served alcohol when under the legal age. For iPhone users who know what they're doing, this will no longer be a problem.
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The Government today announced the purchase of a second hand wall from a city in Germany. In an official statement the reasons for the purchase were stated that the wall was no longer needed in Berlin so it was going cheap; recycling is all the rage...
The proposed spending by the government on consultants, managers, consultants, management consultants and consultants, all not required to launch the £5 billion ID card fiasco, has been cured by an unknown IT technician from the Chapeltown area of Le...
Doctor Bradley Annis, chief researcher at MIT's Department of Analendolgy, stated today, that a working prototype of a new positive identification device is in operation.
The device, the Annisometure, named after it's primary inventor, Doctor Anni...
Crappers; State need to complied with real ID and many states had rejects real ID as being to expensive. Other states asked for an extension until 2011.
Every Briton will have an id card by 2010. Due to changes proposed by a Downing street think-tank, the overall cost has been slashed by £44 billion.
Home Secretary Jacqueline Bouvier Smith is today unveiling new plans for identity cards that will provide fantastic new opportunities for identity fraudsters and free gifts for terrorists.
The UK Labour government has recently announced policies to reduce the tax burden of their proposed Id scheme.
The entire database of UK Identity Cards is due to be lost an Underground train within 3 months of the new ID Cards being introduced.
The UK government has finally decided to implement its decision on ID cards.
A call for calm has been issued by Mr. Lockett, the Lower Trunion neighbourhood watch co-ordinator. The plea follows a spate of false alarms regarding bogus callers.
When the group NO2ID travelled to Downing Street and delivered a petition signed by 18 million people opposed to the introduction of identity cards, they got more than they bargained for. On their return, each of the people who had signed the petitio...
It's widely believed in Westminster tonight that the Government intend to announce the shelving of plans to introduce its controversial National identity card scheme.
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