Entries in 'labour' (13)
The right may be the path of the dark side, but it also appears to be adept at fast driving.
Apple has stuck to its word and begun to cut ties with Chinese suppliers who are found to employ underage workers.
Underage child workers likely were involved in the production of the Wii U, Nintendo has confessed.
Chinese technology manufacturer Foxconn has admitted hiring children as young as 14 to work in its factories.
The games industry is growing impatient with the Conservative party.
Backbench MP Keith Vaz – better known within the industry for his frequent outbursts on violent games – has changed, says leading politicians.
The inaugural ELSPA Question Time event at BAFTA HQ last night saw the three key political parties debate some of the biggest issues surrounding the game industry.
Video games violence and the economic worth of the UK games industry took centre stage at a heated debate in the House of Commons this afternoon, as Labour MP Tom ...
The Government is to create an all-new ‘video games committee’ – in which cross-departmental representatives will be tasked with considering changes in policy to help the industry.
Top Labour and Conservative Ministers answer MCV’s questions on the games industry this week – with state funding and IP protection high on the agenda.
Labour’s Minister for Culture, Creative ...