Course cancelled after nude photo accusations

August 15, 1997

A COLLEGE in northwest England has cancelled a popular photography course after claims that a lecturer allowed a student to posed for pornographic pictures. Stockton and Billingham College of Further Education says it has no intention at present to reintroduce its City and Guilds advanced photography course after claims that course tutor Dennis Dunning had allowed his class to take pornographic pictures of mature student Julie Clayton. Police carried out searches at both Mr Dunning and Ms Clayton's homes following a complaint. Photographs, including one showing Ms Clayton mimicking the famous Christine Keeler semi-nude pose on a chair, were found. Neither she nor Mr Dunning is charged with any offence.

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