Entries in 'vaizey' (12)
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Ed Vaizey has vowed to help games firms engage directly with different Parliamentary divisions after his department was given sole responsibility for the industry.
All those involved with the UK games industry have been invited to attend next week's presentation of the Livingstone-Hope report.
The rollout of the new PEGI video games classification system will miss its current April deadline and will not be introduced until July of this year at the earliest.
The London Games Festival saw a whopping 76,000 people attend its various games events.
The UK games industry's biggest supporters in Parliament held their seats in last night's election.
The Conservative Party has yet to release the mini-manifesto it promised a week ago, fuelling suggestions that the paper has been delayed.
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 ...
The UK Film Council is staying silent on the possibility of incorporating video games into its remit.
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 Government’s plans to fund the spread of high speed broadband through taxation is unfair – and could put games’ potential digital renaissance in jeopardy.