Ever since the September 11 attacks, governments around the world have been slowly making it more and more difficult for travellers to enter their countries. We’ve previously detailed how the United States and Japan have been treating travellers as if they were criminals, by fingerprinting them upon entry.

Now it’s the United Kingdom’s turn – everyone who enters the UK for longer than six months will require a biometric visa, which will include their fingerprints. Once again the question must be asked: how does this prevent terror attacks?

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