BBC News reveals the "new drama based on Grand Theft Auto" will come as part of a concerted effort to get the UK more interested in coding and technology.
Other aspects of the scheme include giving a million Micro Bits - stripped down computers similar to a Raspberry Pi - to students starting secondary school this year.
The lock-in has a long and fascinating history, its origins in Britain’s pubs emerging as a reaction to changes in licensing laws back in 1915. Fast forward a century, and lock-ins are no longer just found in pubs and bars – they’re used as marketing events, too.
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