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Business of the House: Part 15A — Video Game Production — Chapter 1 — Introduction (8 Nov 2010)

Introductory 1216A Overview of Part '(1) This Part is about video game production. (2) Sections 1216B to 1216G contain definitions and other provisions about interpretation that apply for the purposes of this Part. See, in particular, section 1216C which explains how a company comes to be treated as the video game production company in relation to a video game. (3) Chapter 2 is about the...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Investment (18 Oct 2022)

Julia Lopez: The Government is committed to supporting the growth of the UK’s games sector. As part of a wider package to support the growth of the creative industries, the government is delivering an £8 million expansion of the UK Games Fund. The UK Games Fund will provide valuable support to early stage games development businesses and talented graduates throughout the UK. In addition, the Video...

Public Bill Committee: Gambling Bill: New Clause 17 - Pub gaming machine permits (11 Jan 2005)

'(1) A person does not commit an offence under section 34 or 226 if he makes a gaming machine of Category C or D available in accordance with a pub gaming machine permit. (2) A pub gaming machine permit is a permit issued by a licensing authority authorising a person to make gaming machines of Category C or D (or both) available for use on premises to which this section applies. (3)...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Investment (24 Oct 2022)

Julia Lopez: The Government is committed to supporting the growth of the UK’s games sector. As part of a wider package to support the growth of the creative industries, the Government has committed to an £8 million expansion of the UK Games Fund. The UK Games Fund will continue to provide valuable support to early-stage games development and talented graduates throughout the UK. In addition, the Video...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Investment (8 Nov 2022)

Julia Lopez: The Government is committed to supporting the growth of the UK’s games sector. As part of a wider package to support the growth of the creative industries, the government has committed to an £8 million expansion of the UK Games Fund. The UK Games Fund will continue to provide valuable support to early-stage games development and talented graduates throughout the UK. In addition, the Video...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Sports: Voluntary Work (2 Sep 2013)

Clive Efford: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office (1) how many former Games Makers have volunteered to help organise local sport activities as a result of being involved in the London 2012 Paralympic and Olympic Games; and if he will make a statement; (2) how many 2012 Games Makers have been contacted by Join In (a) within one month, (b) within three months, (c) within six months, (d) within nine...

Business of the House: Chapter 5 — Provisional Entitlement to Relief (8 Nov 2010)

1216AA Introduction '(1) In this Chapter- "the company" means the video game production company in relation to a video game, "the completion period" means the accounting period of the company- (a) in which the video game is completed, or(b) if the company does not complete the video game, in which it abandons video game-making activities in relation to it, "interim accounting period" means...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Industry (24 Oct 2022)

Julia Lopez: The Government is committed to supporting the growth of the UK’s video games sector and we recognise that video games bring economic, cultural and social benefits across the UK. The video games industry trade body Ukie has estimated the value of the consumer games market at £7.16 billion in 2021, more than doubling in value since 2013. As part of a wider package to support the growth of...

Northern Ireland Assembly: Oral Answers to Questions: World Police and Fire Games: Volunteers (24 Sep 2012)

John O'Dowd: That is the easiest question of the afternoon, and the answer is yes.  Now that the Olympic and Paralympic Games have passed, I think that there will be a focus on the World Police and Fire Games and the potential that exists for those games in Belfast.  It is a major international sporting event.  Many programmes have been made and many articles penned about the Olympic and Paralympic...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Gaming: Investment (16 Jan 2023)

Julia Lopez: The Government’s ambition is to make the UK a global hub for cryptoasset technology and investment. In April 2022, the Government set out a number of reforms which will see the regulation and aspects of tax treatment of cryptoassets evolve. The Government is committed to supporting the growth of the UK’s games sector. As part of a wider package to support the growth of the creative...

Orders of the Day — Gambling Bill: New Clause 10 — Gaming machine permit held by on-premises alcohol licence holders (24 Jan 2005)

'(1) A person does not commit an offence under section 36 or section 232 if he makes a gaming machine of Category C or D available in accordance with a gaming machine permit. (2) A gaming machine permit is a permit issued by a licensing authority authorising a person to make gaming machines of Category C or D (or both) available for use on premises to which this section applies. (3) In...

Public Bill Committee: Finance (No. 2) Bill: Clause 34 - Video games development (6 May 2014)

Nicky Morgan: Clause 34 makes minor changes to the video games tax relief to make it compliant with state aid approval and to clarify that only those games qualifying for relief need to be treated as separate trades. The changes will ensure that UK games companies are able to benefit from the tax relief from 1 April 2014. Video games tax relief legislation was introduced by the Government in the Finance...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Commonwealth Games (2 Jul 2001)

Tessa Jowell: The Commonwealth Games in Manchester in 2002 will be the biggest multi-sport event ever held in the United Kingdom. They will leave a lasting sporting, economic and social legacy. The Minister of State, Cabinet Office explained, in evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee on 20 March 2001, that Manchester City Council, with the Government, had arranged a review of the...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Commonwealth Games 2002 (9 Jul 2001)

Tessa Jowell: holding answer 25 June 2001 The Commonwealth Games in Manchester in 2002 will be the biggest multi-sport event ever held in the United Kingdom. They will leave a lasting sporting, economic and social legacy. The Minister of State, Cabinet Office explained, in evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee on 20 March 2001, that Manchester City Council, with the Government, had...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Game Licences (10 Feb 2003)

Lord Whitty: The legislation governing game licensing: (a) discourages poaching by, among other things, providing for the appointment of gamekeepers and making it an offence to trespass on land in search or pursuit of game; (b) encourages compliance with close seasons by making it unlawful to kill or take game bids and animals outside certain dates; (c) protects food safety by providing that no one may...

Written Answers — House of Lords: Commonwealth Games: Funding (9 Jul 2001)

Baroness Blackstone: The Commonwealth Games in Manchester in 2002 will be the biggest multi-sport event ever held in the United Kingdom. They will leave a lasting sporting, economic and social legacy. The Minister of State at the Cabinet Office explained, in evidence to the Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee on 20 March, that Manchester City Council, with the Government, had arranged a review of the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Sport: Sport (5 Sep 2005)

Alex Neil: To ask the Scottish Executive whether, in the event that Glasgow is successful in its bid to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games, it will consider making representations to Her Majesty’s Government to (a) create a Commonwealth Games lottery or (b) make the newly-created Olympic Games Lottery a joint Olympic-Commonwealth lottery to assist in funding the creation of the necessary infrastructure...

Scottish Parliament written answers — 2014 Commonwealth Games: 2014 Commonwealth Games (31 Jan 2006)

Alex Neil: To ask the Scottish Executive, further to the answers to questions S2W-18526 and S2W-21639 by Patricia Ferguson on 5 September 2005 and 12 January 2006, whether these indicate that it has ruled out making representations to Her Majesty’s Government to either (a) create a Commonwealth Games lottery or (b) make the newly-created Olympic Games lottery a joint Olympic-Commonwealth Games...

Written Answers — Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: Video Games: Children (24 Jan 2022)

Julia Lopez: This Government is committed to ensuring that video games are enjoyed safely and consumers are empowered to make informed decisions. Video game ratings are mandatory under UK law for physical products. The Games Rating Authority - which is part of the Video Standards Council - rates games using the Pan European Games Information (PEGI) system. In addition to age classifications, PEGI ratings...

Business of the House: Chapter 4 — Video Game Losses (8 Nov 2010)

1216W Application of sections 1216X and 1216Y '(1) Sections 1216X and 1216Y apply to a company that is the video game production company in relation to a video game. (2) In those sections- "the completion period" means the accounting period of the company- (a) in which the video game is completed, or (b) if the company does not complete the video game, in which it abandons video game-making...


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