Travelers entering or leaving Britain soon will be required to answer 53 questions as part of stepped-up security measures, U.K.’s Daily Mail reports.
Government officials unveiled a plan to gather the information, which includes credit card numbers, phone contacts, e-mail addresses and travel plans.
Travelers will submit the information when they buy a ticket and that data will be shared among police, customs, immigration and security forces before the trip is to take place.
If the individual is deemed a threat, officials will deny passage the day of the trip, and even those with outstanding court fines, for example, are subject to be denied a journey.
The system is set to take effect in mid-2009.