Do we really want Palantir embedded in the NHS?

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Do we really want Palantir embedded in the NHS?

Beware bad policy made in haste because of coronavirus, say campaigners

Tough times call for strong measures. During the Second World War, the British public accepted the need for ID cards to manage rationing and monitor the population as a necessary restriction on the...

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