Outlaw possession of written accounts of child abuse says MP
A Conservative MP is seeking to change the law to close a loophole which allows paedophiles to legally possess written accounts of child abuse. Sir Paul Beresford, the MP for Mole Valley, said such writing "fuels the fantasies" of offenders and could lead to the physical abuse of children. [...] Only "absolutely vile" material would be targeted, he said, adding by way of example that well-known novels such as Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita - which explores a middle-aged man's obsession and sexual involvement with a 12-year old girl - would not be covered.
source: Article 'Outlaw possession of written accounts of child abuse says MP'; www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-19574487; BBC News; 12 September 2012