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I just heard on the news that according to figures, undetected passport fraud accounts for 0.5% of passports issued in the UK.
Now, maybe I am quite, quite mad - but how the heck can you measure /undetected/ things?
Aren't they, by their very nature, UN-detected? I mean, honestly.
Posted by AndyC at 01:21 PM in In The News | Permalink
Yes, they were saying they estimate around 10,000 passports were issued to people who were not allowed to have them last year.
March 20, 2007 at 05:16 PM
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