In Parliament, MP Stands Up for Video Game Biz

Yesterday, GamePolitics noted comments by Eidos exec Ian Livingstone, who claimed that indifference to the video game industry by the U.K. government amounted to "madness" (see: Eidos Exec: Games Regarded Just Above Porn by U.K. Govt.).

The Guardian reports that at one least one member of Parliament has raised his voice in support of the British game biz. Don Foster (left), a Liberal Democrat from Bath, asserted that video game development is critical to the U.K. economy. Said Foster:

I hardly play any games – I’m not from that generation – but because of my job, I had to research the industry. The vast majority of my parliamentary colleagues are always wanting to ban the latest game, but they don’t know the details of the industry. Few people in this country realise how important it is to the UK economy.

Via: Edge Online

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