Thursday, 8 October 2009

Gay news

BBC news reports that shadow Home Secretary, Chris Grayling, told a conference fringe meeting that a Tory government would:

# Scrap the NIR and use the modernised passport database - containing just six pieces of data about each person.

# Scrap the Contactpoint children's database.

# Allow the deletion of DNA samples of those not convicted of offences and return to the principle that people were "innocent until proved guilty".

# Scrap the vetting and barring scheme.


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