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
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 | 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’.