Londonistan: Pupils forced to give fingerprints
A school has provoked uproar after taking children’s fingerprints without permission from their parents. Pupils were ‘frogmarched’ to be fingerprinted so they could use touch screens in the canteen to have money deducted from their account, thereby speeding up lunch queues. Capital City Academy in Brent, north London, was later forced to apologise and wiped all prints it obtained before asking for consent. Read more.
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