The government is to press ahead with its plans for ID cards at a cost of £5.4bn over 10 years but there are still major doubts over the feasibility of the project.
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Follow the events that have led ministers to press ahead with this decision.
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ID cards to cost £5.4bn over 10 years
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Cameron pledges to scrap ID card scheme
DWP refuses to issue ID card report in face of release order
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