Ed Miliband was the leader with the most mentions on social media during the challengers' debate tonight.
Although the Labour leader topped the mentions, there was no detail yet on how many of them were positive or negative.
According to Twitter the rank of most mentioned on using the #BBCDebate was:
- 1. @Ed_Miliband
- 2. @NicolaSturgeon
- 3. @Nigel_Farage
- 4. @natalieben
- 5. @LeanneWood
Top most tweeted moment saw 8,125 tweets per minute when David Dimbleby backed audience selection after Nigel Farage attacked what he called the "left-wing" group.
The second most tweeted moment also belonged to the Ukip leader, when he was discussing immigration and public housing which saw 4,829 Tweets per minute.
Turkey has blocked access to Twitter and YouTube over the publication of photographs of an Istanbul prosecutor held at gunpoint by far-left militants hours before he was killed in a shootout last week, officials said.
Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said a prosecutor had sought the block on access to social media sites because some media organizations had acted "as if they were spreading terrorist propaganda" in sharing the images.
This has to do with the publishing of the prosecutor's picture. What happened in the aftermath (of the prosecutor's killing) is as grim as the incident itself.
The demand from the prosecutor's office is that this image not be used anywhere in electronic platforms.
Istanbul prosecutor Mehmet Selim Kiraz died from his wounds last Tuesday after security forces stormed the office where members of the far-left Revolutionary People's Liberation Party-Front (DHKP-C) had taken him hostage.
The DHKP-C had published a picture of Kiraz with a gun to his head and said it would kill him unless its demands were met.
"A request has been made to both Twitter and YouTube for the removal of the images and posts but they have not accepted it and no response has been given. That's why this decision has been taken through a court in Istanbul," a senior Turkish official told Reuters.
Twitter and YouTube could not immediately be reached for comment.
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A Twitter user who was investigated by police after posting a "joke" message saying that he had driven off after hitting a cyclist has been sacked from his job at a major fund broker.
Writing under the account name Ray Pew, Rayhan Qadar tweeted yesterday: "Think I just hit a cyclist. But I'm late for work so had to drive off lol."
The 21-year-old, who later retracted the tweet and apologised online, told reporters it was a "a made up thing" and "a joke gone bad," The Bristol Post reported.
"I am 100 per cent sorry," the former Cardiff University student said.
But the apology was not sufficient to save his job at Bristol-based Hargreaves Lansdown.
One of our employees has failed to conduct themselves to the standards we expect of our staff. We find these online comments totally unacceptable.
Upon becoming aware of this issue we have terminated this person's employment with immediate effect.
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Controversial TV personality Katie Hopkins launched an attack on people who "dial the cop shop every time we feel offended online" after she was reported to police over her Twitter outburst about the Scottish nurse who is battling Ebola.
Hopkins was berated online after she wrote on the site about "little sweaty jocks", adding: "Sending us ebola bombs in the form of sweaty Glaswegians just isn't cricket."
In a separate message, she tweeted: "Glaswegian ebola patient moved to London's Royal Free Hospital. Not so independent when it matters most are we jocksville?"
Police Scotland confirmed they were looking into complaints they had received.
I have always maintained the Boys in Blue have far better things to do than police Twitter.
But instead of argument, reasoned debate, discussion or avoidance, we now dial the cop shop every time we feel offended online.
Since when did telling teacher ever solve an argument in the playground?
The freedom to say only things that are polite is no real freedom of speech at all.
Hopkins' column does not appear in the Scottish Sun.