You´ll find more information about garage location and charges at a 20% discount on parking with WIPARK: park your car at central locations in Vienna while visiting the city.
You’ll find more information about garage locations and charges at a 20% discount on parking with WIPARK: park your car at central locations in Vienna while visiting the city.
Many of the concerns focused on the databases underlying the identity cards rather than the cards themselves.
The Act specified fifty categories of information that the National Identity Register could hold on each citizen, including up to 10 fingerprints, digitised facial scan and iris scan, current and past UK and overseas places of residence of all residents of the UK throughout their lives and indexes to other Government databases (including National Insurance Number The legislation further said that those renewing or applying for passports must be entered on to the NIR.
You will find us at the airport, the Vienna Main Station, the West Train Station, in the city (in the Hilton Hotel), in Kagran and in Vösendorf.
Online ticket fares: single ticket € 10; return ticket € 18; promo codes: single: viennacard-s, return: viennacard-r. Get a 20% discount on parking with WIPARK: park your car at central locations in Vienna while visiting the city.
All you need is a discount card which you can order in advance in our customer service o»ice, or collect from the WIPARK service center in the Votivpark garage (Universitätsstrasse, 1090 Vienna, right next to the Schottentor underground station).
At the Labour party conference in 1995, Tony Blair demanded that "instead of wasting hundreds of millions of pounds on compulsory ID cards as the Tory Right demand, let that money provide thousands more police officers on the beat in our local communities." It was included in the Conservative election manifesto for the 1997 general election, but Labour won that election.
A proposal for ID cards, to be called "entitlement cards", was initially revived by the Home Secretary at the time, David Blunkett, following the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, but was reportedly opposed by Cabinet colleagues.