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Sunday, 21 October 2007

Offer a finger to our brave MPs

News today that MPs have rejected a security fingerprint-scanning entry system for the Commons, on the grounds that terrorists might cut their ickle piggies off to gain entry. But it's good enough for the rest of us, who will have our prints recorded on our passports for security scanning. Some fingers are worth more than others, it seems.

So to our brave MPs, who are so squeamish about losing a digit, I suggest we all offer them one of ours.

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