The Prime Minister has called for higher standards of pornography. He told an industry conference: "All too often it is a matter of grim-looking women who seem to all have been photographed in the 1980s with a Sanyo analgue home video camera. They are interacting with even grimmer looking pizza delivery men and plumbers, probably trade unionists, some of them with inappropriate ponytails. Dialogue is stilted and some of the camera angles need to be adjusted in order to give a more accurate picture of what is going on. This once was a great industry offering enterprising business people huge potential. But frankly I have been disgusted with the low standards that I have observed over the past two or three years of devoted study."
However, Mr Cameron went on to praise standards of written English pornography. "We must applaud 50 Shades of Grey for its excellent grammar, its nigh on perfect spelling, its punchy use of punctuation and its socially relevant theme of domestic violence." he said.
But Mr Cameron ended his speech with warning of a crack down on low standards of imagery. "When I say crack down, I mean just that, crack and down. That is the bottom line. In the interests of recovery we need an adult industry that is fit for purpose. Meaning more fit birds."