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Adver - Registering a complaint
« on: September 19, 2007, 10:18:43 am »
And topically this letter


http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/news/swindonletters/display.var.1698697.0.registering_a_complaint_about_identity_invitations.php



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So, Mrs Snelgrove's meeting on the issue of Identity Cards and the National Identity Register (Liden Community Centre, September 20, 6.30pm) is almost upon us and as one of those lucky few to have received a coveted invitation I am very much looking forward to this meeting.

However, it hasn't gone unnoticed by myself or many other people that the focus of this meeting has shifted to suit Mrs Snelgrove's agenda.

This is not just reflected in the name, from that of a public information meeting, as described by Mrs Snelgrove herself in this newspaper on February 13 this year to one of a far from public ID Card listening panel, which is an invitation-only event with guests from the Home Office.


If this watering-down of the meeting's purpose wasn't bad enough, we now find ourselves witness to an attack on the heart of our democracy by our own MP.


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A string of letters in this newspaper over recent weeks have recounted the encounters of a number of people who have been disappointed and angered to have been denied access to this event on the grounds of capacity.

However, I have since learned that following these, Carol Heavens of Anne Snelgrove's Labour Party sent out an email to party members on September 6 offering places at this event to the Labour party faithful, even after others were being denied access.
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