These are external links and will open in a new window. The government is being urged to change the law so that sex education books in schools are vetted by film censors. Conservative MP Andrea Leadsom says some of the material being taught to children as young as sex is "extraordinarily inappropriate".
She wants buzz lightyear porno and videos used for sex education to be given a rating by the British Board of Film Classification before they are used in schools. During a Westminster Hall debate, Ms Leadsom - MP for Northamptonshire South - said many adults were "horrified" when they found out what children were being taught about sex.
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She also wants the law videos so that parents actively have to "opt in" to lessons, rather than "opt out", as is currently the case if they have objections. According to a report published by Ofsted last year, a quarter of schools in England are not providing good enough lessons about sex, relationships and health.
The MP recommended that books and videos used for sex education in England be given a rating by the British Board of Film Videos before they are bought by schools and local authorities. She also said the law should fuckpussyfreeporn so that parents actively have to "opt in" to lessons, rather than "opt out", as is currently the case if they have objections.
Schools minister, Nick Gibb, said all sex education material used in state schools was scrutinised to ensure it set the "right tone".
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The education secretary had set out statutory guidelines for schools and councils to follow, he added, which would ensure that "inappropriate" content would not be used. For Labour, shadow schools minister Kevin Brennan said it was important for Ms Leadsom to name the schools using the material she had referred to. Police are given more time to question 10 murder suspects as tributes are paid to PC Andrew Harper. Politics selected Parliaments Brexit.