I'm not voting Tory
My heart sank on reading this.
My next sentence was goint to be "I eagerly anticipate the forthcoming resignations of ..." followed by a long list of shadow cabinet ministers whom we could expect to resign. Sadly, the only one I could find expressing opposition to ID cards was John Redwood. (One of Google's hits for "ID cards" and "Theresa May" is a porn site, in case anyone's interested.) I don't feel inclined to do the same exercise for the junior front-bench spokesmen, although I do know that Alan Duncan is unequivically opposed to ID cards - he said so on Question Time the other week.
So, I eagerly anticipate the forthcoming resignations of John Redwood and Alan Duncan.
If you have any evidence of any other Tory front-benchers who have expressed opposition to ID cards, then say so in the comments.
UPDATE: Alan Duncan's book Saturn's Children is classified under Science Fiction & Fantasy at Amazon.
UPDATE: Apparently Oliver Letwin, David Davis and Tim Yeo had "serious reservations" about the new policy, with Michael Howard having to deny that Tim Yeo said the plans "stink". No signs of any resignations yet.
Peter Lilley is opposed to the new policy, and has always opposed ID cards, as you already new. Unfortunately, he cannot resign in protest. (Via Mark Holland.)
Poor old Boris. If only he had hung on for a few more weeks, he could have had a proper resignation.