Sunday, September 02, 2007

Without let or hindrance

As a postscript to my last blog, last night's incident with the Italian police reminded me to look at the wording inside the passports we all carry abroad. As you may be able to read, it states the bearer should be allowed to 'pass freely without let or hindrance'. Perhaps it's fair enough to have to carry that authority with you in documentary form outside the UK, but at home those words should be implicit.

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