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Fight New Labour's Poll Identity Tax

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Cash'n'Carrion NO2ID - the outfit opposed to Labour's plans to introduce a voluntary/compulsory ID card to the UK - has strengthened its campaign arsenal with the release of a snappy new t-shirt.

Say no to Labour's Poll TaxYes indeed, if you don't fancy shelling out at least 75 quid per year to be granted your own identity on a small plastic rectangle, then pull on this shirt and nip the madness in the bud.

The "Labour's Poll Identity Tax" t-shirt will cost you just £11.05 (£12.98 inc VAT). It's available in men's sizes from small to XXL and women's fit in three sizes: S/M, M/L and XL. And, of course, it's printed on a premium 100 per cent cotton shirt for guaranteed Blunkett-busting comfort. Man the barricades right now, right here.

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