Policy papers

Ukie is the lead voice on the big policy issues facing the UK games industry. We gather our members' opinions and represent their views in a series of policy papers and we consult widely outside our membership when we need to. We make all our consultation responses available for anyone to read so you can see how we do things. 

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Ukie response to the Migration Advisory Committee’s call for evidence

31 October 2017
Ukie response to the Migration Advisory Committee’s call for evidence

Ukie response to the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence’s call for evidence

12 September 2017
Ukie response to the House of Lords Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence’s call for evidence

Powering Up - manifesto for unlocking growth in the games industry

16 May 2017
Powering Up - manifesto for unlocking growth in the games industry

Ukie response to Building our Industrial Strategy Green Paper Consultation

19 April 2017
Ukie response to Building our Industrial Strategy Green Paper Consultation

Ukie Response to the Public Consultation on Creative Europe Programme

19 April 2017
Ukie Response to the Public Consultation on Creative Europe Programme

Games Industry in Coventry and Warwickshire - A Blueprint for Growth

22 March 2017
Games Industry in Coventry and Warwickshire - A Blueprint for Growth

State of Play - The UK games industry’s priorities for the EU negotiations

07 March 2017
State of Play - The UK games industry’s priorities for the EU negotiations

Ukie whitepaper - growing the UK as an esports hub

28 November 2016
Ukie whitepaper - growing the UK as an esports hub

Ukie response to DCMS' Sectors Economic Estimates Consultation

14 October 2016
Ukie response to DCMS' Sectors Economic Estimates Consultation

Ukie response to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee’s inquiry into the impact of Brexit on the creative industries, tourism and the digital single market

12 October 2016
Ukie response to the Culture, Media and Sport Committee’s inquiry into the impact of Brexit on the creative industries, tourism and the digital single market

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