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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
No more reliance on Microsoft Word.
416 MPs agree, but gain exemption themselves.
Privacy advocates not impressed.
Pot grows by £45M following CeBIT speech.
The long slide down the slippery slope begins.
'Government by Daily Mail,' warn critics.
The UK Government is in talks with social networks such as Twitter.
Broadband coming to the middle of nowhere near you?
The UK Government may be reconsidering tax relief for UK developers.
The newly announced budget for the UK includes new tax relief efforts for creative industries, like game development.
Figures released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development put the UK 21st out of 30 in terms of available Internet connection speeds.
The UK government is expected to reject requests for tax breaks for the games industry.
A legal loophole has emerged which exempts games stores from prosecution for selling adult games to children.
The British Army is now using viral game advertising and TV adverts to recruit 17 - 21 year olds.
Boris Johnson, the semi-hilarious mayor of London, has had a change of opinion and decided that games are a good thing now.
The UK government has decided that faster broadband speeds are needed and may step in to help lower the costs of building a fibre network.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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