Former Conservative party leader Iain Duncan Smith has blamed videogames for destroying the innocence of children.
Speaking to The Times, Duncan Smith said that games were a contributing factor in what he calls Britain's broken society.
Children's innocence, he said, is being destroyed by television and computer games. "We are driving children to lose their childhood, and some videogames are incredibly violent, like Grand Theft Auto. They are meant to be 18 but nobody cares what it says on the label."