Entries in 'tax' (43)
The Conservative Party says it will introduce game development tax breaks in its first budget if elected to form a Government, Develop can reveal.
The party’s spokesperson for the game ...
Bringing a bit of light relief to the heavy subject of tax, Chancellor Alistair Darling’s move to offer tax relief to some UK games developers has sparked interest amongst the ...
Though we’re yet to learn the specifics of how exactly the government’s promised video games tax breaks will take shape, Eidos life president Ian Livingstone has praised Chancellor Darling’s decision ...
The UK government has issued a statement regarding its pivotal decision to incorporate a tax break system into the UK game industry.
Chancellor Alistair Darling’s pledge to support the video games development industry with tax breaks could do more than simply protect the future of the UK dev sector – it could ...
The UK Department for Culture, Media and Sport has revealed to Develop more details on Labour’s plan for game development tax breaks.
The British game industry is revelling in the news that the UK will now receive game development tax breaks.
The last Budget of the current Government will provide tax help for the UK games industry, Chancellor Alistair Darling has said.
The UK government has again rejected calls for tax breaks in the game development sector.
The Government’s plans to fund the spread of high speed broadband through taxation is unfair – and could put games’ potential digital renaissance in jeopardy.
Some of the UK’s largest retailers face a potentially damaging Government crackdown on the sale of VAT-free entertainment goods shipped through the Channel Islands.
All people who have a copper telephone landline will soon see an additional 50p added to their monthly bills following the government’s announcement of a £6 per year charge that ...