1. Eurostar tickets bought in the UK have to, by law, have your name printed on them. (Although not if purchased on the more freedom-respecting continent.)
2. London Transport tracks your whereabouts, if not any longer by CCTV camera, certainly still by computer every time you enter or leave a station or board a bus.
This should be abolished.
Why is this idea important?
Tracking by computer is a form of arbitrary surveillance no different from watching your image on CCTV. All such surveillance should be made illegal.
Freedom is not freedom unless you can go about your business in private.
Keep the state out of people's private lives.