Entries in 'conservative' (12)
The Conservative Party has launched a microsite explaining the reasons why it believes the UK video games industry is worthy of a tax break.
Ed Vaizey, the Conservative MP who has in recent months pledged to support the game industry, has been appointed as Culture Minister.
First he was positive that the Conservatives would introduce game tax breaks, now Ed Vaizey – shadow spokesperson for the game industry – is vehement.
The Conservative Party has abandoned plans to introduce game development tax breaks, a Labour MP insists.
The Conservative Party has failed to cite game development tax breaks in its 131-page policy manifesto, raising suspicion that the party is no longer backing a tax-specific state support package ...
Ahead of May’s general election the Conservative Party has pledged to deliver super-fast 100Mbps broadband to “the majority” of UK homes by 2017 if it is elected to power.
Trade body ELSPA has praised the commitment pledged by the Conservative party’s Shadow Culture Minister Ed Vaizey at last night's London Games Conference to explore ways to help the UK ...
The Conservative Party’s Creative Industries Task Force, which examines ways in which the Government can ensure the UK remains a leader in video game development, has asked MCV’s readership to ...
The Conservative Party has assembled a consortium of industry luminaries –including Eidos’ Ian Livingstone – to help establish the party’s review body of the creative industries.