Arsenal left-back Andre Santos has 'apologised' for his actions at half-time against Manchester United.
How betting markets blow away political pundits or public polls when it comes to election forecasting, and why the smart money's going on Obama.
David Cameron has defended British arms sales to Gulf countries as "entirely legitimate" but insisted that the Arab spring was a positive development and there were no "no-go areas" in talks with autocratic allies who are fretting about changes elsewhere in the region.
We started with questions on work and pensions.
At long last, the candidates will fall silent, the pollsters will put away their clipboards and the hush of election day will descend on America. In their tens of millions, watched anxiously by billions more around the world, Americans will finally end a long and bitter campaign, cast their votes and choose a president.
Leather flooring, oak panels, swish sofas that wouldn't look out of place in an expensive hotel: the new men's shoe department in London's flagship Selfridges store clearly means business.
The government is to review Google's pledge to downgrade illegal filesharing websites in its search results, after entertainment groups accused the internet giant of dragging its feet over the issue.
Apple says it sold 3m iPad minis and iPad 4 in the three days from Friday – with analysts reckoning that the vast majority were the smaller version of the tablet, which was only unveiled a fortnight earlier.
It may go down as one of the most pleasurable day jobs in history – travelling around Australia to find the country's best 100 beaches – provided you don't mind the odd encounter with crocodiles, sharks and surf of life-threatening proportions.