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No2ID restocks Clarke-busting t-shirt

Chaz, you can shove your ID card

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Available now at Cash'n'CarrionCash'n'Carrion Anti-ID card campaigning outfit No2ID recently reached its goal of getting 10,000 patriots to sign a pledge promising that they will refuse to register for ID cards in the now seemingly inevitable event that home secretary Charles Clarkes will bulldoze legislation through parliament in the wake of the London terror attacks.

Good show. No2ID has also been busy on the apparel front, and we have just taken delivery of fresh stocks of the tasty NO2ID t-shirt.

Yes comrades, you can now walk it, er, looking like you talk it for a modest £11.05 (£12.98 inc VAT). The NO2ID is available in any colour you like as long as it's black, and comes in a tyranny-busting range of sizes including yer bog standard unisex t-shirt shape from small to XXL, and women's fit in small, medium and XL.

We know that lots you have been waiting for this restock, so we reckon you'd better get in there quick before this lot fly off the shelves. ®

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