Why Use Taxes To Fund Computer Game Development?

The government is spending £4m on new computer games

John Redwood says “It will make £4million cash available to help “the creators of Peaky Blinders and Wallace and Grommit”

“develop new games based around their famous creations”.

Why does it need government cash for such a commercial prospect? Is this a grant or gift, or does it buy taxpayers any equity in the project? Why on earth is the government involving itself in difficult commercial questions of which game will be better and more popular than other games?”

Probably because of all those MPs you see on their iphones and tablets while sitting on the green benches?

They don’t realise they are being spied on by a foreign government! Idiots!

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