With the ID/NIR looking to be put on hold, is this a method of having the data ready for when the scheme kicks back in..?? Convinient..??
As i said in another post somewhere on this forum.
The governemnt have used the same tactics i believe to build motorways, across the country ...... they tell the little villages that a bypass is what they need to allieviate the volume of traffic going through the village.
Then when all the little villages have a bypass they are joined together, they then widen them a little bit and call them a motorway. Isn't it something to do with a back door?
Also, do not give teachers too much credit with new technology, I have seen one example of a teachers work ............
The days work for the class written on a smart board in black marker, I had to go back to the school and raise the board because they couln't reach the bottom of it ??????? Imagine the picture of this white board with marker on it at the cost of £300 and only 1 week old.
(A smart board for those that do not know is a white board that plugs into the computer and projects the screens display back to itself by using a projector. You can write on the board using an electronic pen that is as useful as chalk and it does a hundred things besides).
These boards should not be introduced to markers as it ruins them.