Film censors to raise ratings in stand against ‘pornification of culture’ BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Film censors have promised to rein in the “pornification of culture”. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/entertainment/film-tv/news/film-censors-to-raise-ratings-in-stand-against-pornification-of-culture-37721736.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/incoming/article37721735.ece/959d8/AUTOCROP/h342/bpanews_4896ed6d-9f74-4792-9f20-8499b98f5b4a_1 Email Film censors have promised to rein in the “pornification of culture”. Experts have suggested that UK audiences may have reached a limit in the “liberal” use of sex in cinema and TV. New guidelines have been issued for film classification in response to public concerns about sex on screen. The British Board Of Film Classification (BBFC) has announced that the creeping-in of pornographic themes to popular culture is of major concern to the British viewing public. Research by the BBFC found … [Read more...] about Film censors to raise ratings in stand against ‘pornification of culture’
PUBLISHED: 08:41 17 January 2019 Bethany Wales Traffic is at a stand still following a multiple car crash on the A47 near Harford. Picture: DENISE BRADLEY Copyright: Archant 2016 Multiple cars have been involved in a large crash on the A47 this morning. Multiple cars have been involved in a large crash on the A47 this morning.The six vehicle collision happened just before 8am on the southern bypass King’s Lynn bound near the Harford junction.Traffic is at a standstill with tailbacks growing.Police are on scene trying to clear the road but warned drivers to expect long delays.More information to follow. Stay up to date with the latest travel news via our live traffic map. … [Read more...] about Traffic at a stand still following large crash
BROS fans have been left disappointed due to ticket prices of their comeback tour. After announcing the gig on Good Morning Britain, the twins will be playing the O2 Academy Brixton on July 5, with more shows yet to be announced. They made the announcement after their documentary Bros: After The Screaming Stops went viral - and while fans are delighted about the show, many are not happy about the prices. Currently, tickets available on pre-sale range from £106.50 (standing) to £157. One disappointed fan tweeted: "Bros tickets on sale for @O2academybrix. "I’d love to go and fulfil that teenage fantasy but at over £100 for standing I literally owe them nothing! #thinkingofwalletnotfans" Another said: "You're not thinking about us fans that can't afford the silly prices you are charging. "I love Bros but there's no way I can afford £95+ for one ticket. Drop you prices to £50+ and I might think about it. Shame on you." Another user joined … [Read more...] about Bros fans outraged as band charge over £100 for standing tickets to comeback tour
Sinn Féin Leader Mary Lou McDonald has warned that Ireland’s people, economy and peace process all need to be protected in the wake of British politicians rejecting the Brexit deal with the European Union last night. Teachta McDonald has now called on Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to stand firm on the backstop following the crushing defeat of Theresa May’s deal, with MPs rejecting it by more than two to one on Tuesday night.Speaking after she attended a briefing on the contingency plans from Tánaiste Simon Coveney yesterday, Mary Lou McDonald said: “The contingency plans place a heavy emphasis on East-West relations and arrangements but the situation regarding Ireland remains unchanged.“Ireland’s people, Ireland’s economy and Ireland’s peace process all need to be protected as we go forward now.“The Taoiseach and the Tánaiste and our partners at a European level need to stand firm and not move away from or attempt to dilute the … [Read more...] about Brexit vote: McDonald urges Taoiseach to ‘stand firm on backstop’
Poll PUBLISHED: 06:00 16 January 2019 Andy Warren Gwion Edwards and Jon Nolan were both signed by Ipswich Town in the summer. Picture: ARCHANT Archant Andy Warren takes a look at what the future holds this January for the Ipswich Town players who missed out on Paul Lambert’s matchday squads of late. Janoi Donacien hasn't featured in a match day squad since the start of December. Photo: Ross HallsJanoi DonacienThe former Accrington Stanley defender has been a puzzle this season.He has shown glimpses of quality at right back but slipped out of the side prior to Paul Hurst’s departure and is now seen very much as a central defender by Paul Lambert.He sits behind Luke Chambers, James Collins, Matthew Pennington and Toto Nsiala in that pecking order.After finally receiving indefinite leave to remain from the Home Office, his loan move to Ipswich has been made permanent, but he is one you might expect to leave the club on a temporary deal this … [Read more...] about What does the future hold for the Ipswich players left sat in the stands?