MP blasts video game release

A Kent MP has slammed a decision by the Video Appeals Committee to overturn a ban on the controversial video game Manhunt 2.

It's the latest in a series of setbacks in Canterbury and Whitstable MP Julian Brazier's campaign to overhaul the process for deciding age certificates for films, DVDs and video games.

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BlackCountryBob3922d ago

I really love his idea of letting MPs have a chance to overhaul the BBFC decisions based upon tabloid frenzy. It doesn't at all make me nervous because I know how trustworthy and respectable the 659 members of the British parliament are. You would never catch them as being sexual deviants like Mark Oaten (eugh, coprophilia), a liar like Keith Vaz (check out his history of getting friends passports in exchange for payments) or as a group fiddling their expenses funded by the tax payer.

I'll be honest mate, if i was looking for a respectable public body to protect the general public, the members of the house of commons would be right at the bottom of the list.

Shut up.