The BBC News website is providing a running commentary on the general election:
If you want to know where the party leaders are and what leading politicians are saying, as it happens, this is the place for you. It's also the place to hear from BBC reporters. So far they've said nothing out of the ordinary, with one exception. The BBC's technology correspondent has posted this:
1220 The BBC's Rory Cellan-Jones says: Several people on the micro-blogging service Twitter have noted that David Cameron left out the words "gay or straight" from his election speech. The embargoed copy released before his speech said: "We're fighting this election for the Great Ignored. Young, old, rich, poor, black, white, gay, straight." But when he gave the speech, the words "gay, straight" were omitted. A Conservative Party spokesman said the reference to the great ignored including the gay and straight phrase will be used throughout the day, and that no-one should read anything into this.The BBC are off!!!