Call Of Duty 3
That this House is deeply concerned about the recently released video game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, in which players engage in gratuitous acts of violence against members of the public; notes in particular the harrowing scenes in which a London Underground train is bombed by terrorists, bearing a remarkable resemblance to the tragic events of 7 July 2005; further notes that there is increasing evidence of a link between perpetrators of violent crime and violent video games users; and calls on the British Board of Film Classification to take further precautions when allowing a game to be sold.
This motion has been signed by a total of 12 MPs.
|Keith Vaz||14/11/2011||Leicester East||Labour||Proposed|
|Bob Russell||14/11/2011||Colchester||Liberal Democrat||Seconded|
|Jeremy Corbyn||15/11/2011||Islington North||Labour||Seconded|
|Mike Hancock||21/11/2011||Portsmouth South||Liberal Democrat||Seconded|
|Kelvin Hopkins||21/11/2011||Luton North||Labour||Seconded|
|David Simpson||21/11/2011||Upper Bann||DUP||Signed|
|Sandra Osborne||22/11/2011||Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock||Labour||Signed|
|William McCrea||23/11/2011||South Antrim||DUP||Signed|
|Roger Godsiff||30/11/2011||Birmingham, Hall Green||Labour||Signed|
|Mark Williams||30/11/2011||Ceredigion||Liberal Democrat||Signed|
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