Entries in 'tax breaks' (28)
The limbo that UK video games tax credits are currently trapped in could be coming to an end in the very near future.
UK Chancellor George Osborne and Culture minister Ed Vaizey said that an EC investigation will not stop games tax breaks.
The government has said it is committed to UK games tax relief as incentives are launched for the animation and high-end TV industries.
Having gained approval in the March 2012 Budget, plans for UK tax breaks for video games developers are now in doubt.
Games tax relief will not be approved by April 1st as the UK awaits confirmation from Europe.
The UK government has unveiled details of the cultural test for video games tax relief in its draft legislation released today.
George Osborne has hailed the UK's video games legacy - and what that means for Britain's potential as a technology hub.
38 Studios has successfully made a $1.125m payment to the state of Rhode Island.
Industry association UKIE says it is disappointed with the Treasury’s decision to again avoid introducing game development tax breaks in the UK.
The UK games industry is braced for another tense Budget report, as new indications suggest George Osborne could re-introduce games tax breaks into the finance bill.
Trade association UKIE has said it is ‘disappointed with indecision’ on the issue of games tax breaks in a newly-published report by Scottish Affairs Select Committee.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey gave a well-rehearsed speech to a large group of games industry professionals at the Develop Conference in Brighton this morning, encouraging the sector to move on ...
Disappointment is echoing around UK games studios after the government yesterday said that it wasn't going ahead with a development tax credit.
UK publisher association ELSPA has understandably aired its disappointment at the Cob-LibDem government's withdrawal of tax breaks for games production.
Ed Vaizey is to make what may be his first appearance at a games industry event since he became Minister for Culture at the formation of the current coalition Government.
ELSPA has praised the appointment of the new Ministers for Culture and Business as the new Government takes shape.
The games industry is growing impatient with the Conservative party.
Today is the day three main political parties head to BAFTA’s London HQ to discuss the game industry’s most pressing issues.
ELSPA has spoken of its disappointment over the lack of a games tax credit in the Government's pre-budget reoprt today - but defended the state's understanding of the games industry.
The UK's Department for Media, Culture and Sport has today put out a call to the games industry to provide evidence for a culturally based tax break for the UK ...
The UK Government will review proposals to strengthen the nation’s game development community with an extended tax relief system.