I am not saying for a moment that it should start from scratch. I suggest partnerships with the open source world. I suggest hardware relationships. I like the idea that a commercial training element of this could be linked to the BBC, which had its own computer once upon a time, of course.
What I believe is that the country that developed Raspberry can now develop a low risk, high security IT system dedicated solely to business use that could be of enormous value not just to the NHS and others but around the world. And it should be built for updating: obsolescence has to be designed out.
China tried that with Red Flag Linux.
Near no one, even in China, uses Red Flag Linux. Perhaps it was the wrong sort of Linux? Or they didn’t try it hard enough?