Candy Crush Warning To Employers Businesses Urged To Update Phone Policy In Work 08.12.2014 David Shirt, Press Officer | 0161 838 3094 The announcement that the Tory MP Nigel Mills will be investigated by the House of Commons for playing online game Candy Crush during a meeting at work is a warning for companies to update their policies for how employees use personal electronic equipment in the workplace, says leading law firm Irwin Mitchell. The Amber Valley MP was secretly photographed playing the game during a Work and Pensions select committee meeting. Mr Mills told the newspaper: "It was a long meeting on pension reforms, which is an important issue that I take very seriously. "There was a bit of the meeting that I wasn't focusing on and I probably had a game or two. "I shouldn't do it but if you check the meeting I would say I was fully engaged in asking questions that I thought were particularly important in how we get the pensions issue right. I shall try not to do it in the future." Press contact David Shirt BLS PR Manager 0161 838 3094 Email David Tags Employment Christoper Tutton Manchester Related articles 15.02.2017Cocoon Aims To Secure £2.5m For Latest Expansion Drive 14.02.2017Serious Fraud Office - The Big Funding Debate 14.02.2017Inflation Rises As UK Feels Effect Of Weak Pound Post-Brexit Vote 10.02.2017Today's Court Of Appeal Ruling To Have Impact on Uber And Other Firms In 'The Gig Economy' 09.02.2017Court Of Appeal Employment Ruling To Have Impact on 'Gig Economy'