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NO2ID: the big t-shirt restock

Battle the ID card with cotton apparel

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That No2ID t-shirt in fullCash'n'Carrion Battling anti-ID-card outfit No2ID, recently seen causing a bit of a kerfuffle at a government ID card roadshow and getting themselves ejected from the Gateshead Metro Centre for their trouble, have just restocked all of their campaigning shirts in all sizes.

Accordingly, there's no excuse for those readers opposed to Chaz "Database State" Clarke and his plan to ditch all civil liberties in favour of national security not to get kitted out in the latest togs.

No2ID has two shirts on offer - the classic No2ID seen here (also available in white) and the Labour's Identity Tax alternative, all of which can be seen here. The 100 per cent cotton shirts are available in comrades' sizes from small to XXL and comradette-fit sizes from medium to XL.

Of course, since No2ID is packed to the gunwales with pinko agitators and anarchist ne'er-do-wells, they can't just price the shirts at 15 quid and be done with it. Nope, this lot is going out at a bargain £11.05, or £12.98 inc VAT, which - despite the unorthodox priceology - is considerably less than you'd be charged for your voluntary identity card. Enough said. ®

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