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The Labour party should ignore those calling for a return to ideological roots and instead embrace pragmatism

With the recent news of Google’s travails against censorship in China (its site was blocked for several hours amid accusations that it was helping to “spread pornography” and break China’s strict, if opaque, laws on what is and isn’t legitimate online), it seems a good time to be talking about the future of search. Not the future of global search which, I think we can safely assume, will be dominated by Google for years to come. But the future…

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