TERRY PRONE: Content providers play morality regulators of guilty until innocent

Exactly what moral principle is upheld by keeping an accused man offscreen is not easy to deduce, writes Terry Prone

Kevin Spacey in 'All the Money in the World'. His scenes are to be scrapped and reshot with Christopher Plummer in his place.

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