Hollywood cuts steamy scenes from blockbusters claiming moviegoers prefer special effects

No sex please, it's a box office turn-off: Hollywood falls out of love with bedroom scenes Raunchy movies like Basic Instinct no longer a turn-on for film fans Family-friendly films with handsome male leads now more lucrativeMovie producers want to avoid adult-only rating and appeal to women By Paul Revoir Tv Correspondent PUBLISHED: 12:00 GMT, 24 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:58 GMT, 25 March 2013 There was a time when films stood little chance of success unless there was something steamy going on at some point. These days, however, it seems movie moguls find sex one big turn-off

Christopher Exley: Police officer who protected Royal Family admits downloading child porn

Police officer who protected Royal Family facing jail after admitting downloading child porn Christopher Exley admitted having 53 indecent imagesHe is a serving policeman who works in the Met's Special Operations which protects the Royal FamilyAn illegal stash of pictures was found on his computer when his house was raided in February | UPDATED: 19:45 GMT, 10 December 2012 Admitted child porn: Christopher Exley is a serving police officer who works for the Met's Special Operations, which protects the Royal Family A serving policeman who works in the Met’s Special Operations division, which protects the Royal Family, has admitted downloading child porn.

Gagged, judge who dared to stick up for marriage: Watchdog rebukes him over involvement in campaign

Gagged, judge who dared to stick up for marriage: Watchdog rebukes him over involvement in campaign | UPDATED: 22:43 GMT, 4 December 2012 Sir Paul Coleridge is listed as 'founder and chairman' of the Marriage Foundation think-tank A judge was ordered to keep a ‘lower profile’ yesterday – after he spoke out in favour of marriage. Judicial watchdogs rebuked High Court family law judge Sir Paul Coleridge following protests about his involvement in a campaign to make marriage ‘the gold standard of relationships’.