Jeremy Clarkson has become the latest target for the PC brigade. His comments on Sundayâ€™s Top Gear have caused 500 complaints, in which he says â€œThis is a hard job and Iâ€™m not just saying that to win favour with lorry drivers, itâ€™s a hard job. Change gear, change gear, change gear, check mirror, murder a prostitute, change gear, change gear, murder. Thatâ€™s a lot of effort in a day.â€
With the clock ticking before the first polls close on the east coast, I thought I'd test out some of the whizzy online interactive gizmos that various sites are offering as part of their election coverage. Some of them even offer gadgets you can embed into your own blog posts. Such as this one...
It seems there is no end to the criticism the BBC has received as of late...
Ashley Cole and Ricardo Carvalho will miss Chelsea's Champions League trip to Italian side Roma tonight at the Stadio Olimpico.
Left-back Cole picked up a calf injury during Saturday's 5-0 victory over Sunderland, with blues boss Luiz Felipe Scolari replacing him with Wayne Bridge.
Carvalho continues his spell on the sidelines after being injured in Chelsea's 1-0 home defeat to Liverpool, as Brazilian defender Alex, who scored in Chelsea's weekend win, replaces Carvalho.
Fernando Torres will miss tonight's Champions League match with Atletico Madrid at Anfield, after the striker's hamstring injury means Robbie Keane will start instead.
Torres, who has missed the last five matches through injury, is not even on the bench for Rafael Benitez's side, who will qualify for the last 16 if they beat the Spaniards and if PSV Eindhoven fail toÂ beat French team Marseille.
Sergio Aguerro starts for Atletico, after he scored in the 1-1 draw with Liverpool on the 23rd October.