Hi, is it true that in the UK people do not possess an identity card?
And what about the other English speaking countries like the USA, Canada and Australia.
In Italy people possess an ID since they are 14 and they must show it when they go to get money from a bank, from the post, when they get a book from libraries. It is a very common document you have to take with you everywhere...
If people in the UK and in the other English speaking countries do not possess an ID what do they use when they have to demonstrate who they really are?
Our ID cards contain a picture ( which you have to update every five years), name, address, profession, description (height, eyes and hair colour)....
You may want to double check your information.