Google's national schools competition to design a Google Doodle which reflects what it is to be British has already attracted more than 1,000 entrants. Entitled "Doodle 4 Google - My Britain", it's open to every one of Britain's 10 million school children. The winning doodle will be displayed on www.google.co.uk for a day. "There has been a great deal of debate in the last 12 months about what it means to be British," said Google's vice president for Europe Nikesh Arora. "At Google we want to play a constructive part in that discussion."
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