Thursday, 10 June 2010

Denis MacShane Just Loves His ID Card

Or so he says.
"To be on top of what is going on in Europe, I go there a lot. One visit and a talk to European politicians is worth reading a dozen articles back in London. So, of late, I have been in Paris, Riga, Cracow, Naples, Madrid and Brussels for brief in-and-out trips. And not once have I needed my passport."
You may not have needed your passport and one has to say you no doubt did not need your wallet, courtesy of the British taxpayer!


Corrugated Soundbite said...

I hate being cynical, but I never blame you, WfW ;-)

Witterings From Witney said...

Born my a cynic -first words to my parents were I suppose you enjoyed getting me to which my mother replied that she blinked and there I was!

Mrs Rigby said...

And I've been asked to produce an ID card, although I have been asked for either my passport or my driving license, or a letter showing my home address.

But then I'm not as important as Mr MacShane.

subrosa said...

I've been asked to produce my passport. Then again I can't afford to travel first class.