The screening of new Channel 4 drama Adult Material has been pushed back until the autumn.
The adult related content requires a 10pm slot and in the current climate of coronavirus, it would have to compete with the main BBC and ITV news
programmes, which are still getting 6.5 million viewers tuning in for updates on the Covid crisis.
It's hoped that by waiting until the autumn, there's a chance that the crisis will have calmed down and people's viewing habits will return to
A strip club harassed by feminist campaigners has had its license renewed. Sheffield council's licensing committee had met for eight hours to discuss whether Spearmint Rhino should have its sexual entertainment licence renewed.
employed by campaigners had secretly filmed dancers who reportedly sexually touched customers and each other. The dances were filmed without consent of either the dancers or the customers.
Dancers from the club had campaigned to save the licence.
Celia Lister, who dances at the club, said:
It's been a huge milestone in breaking the social stigma around sex work and I think much to the displeasure of [anti-strip club campaigners], this scandal has actually
helped us gain the publicity we needed to do this.
The council said full reasons for the renewal would be given soon but fter the secret filming council officers inspected the club monthly.