There's not much left to be said on the Tyson Fury homophobia/sexism debate. He's up front with his views, his supporters defend him and his critics continue to criticise. At the end of the day, he's not going to change his backward views and the latest furore over the Sports Personality of the Year award isn't going to change that.
Fury has had his fairly blunt say on the individuals who signed a petition calling for his removal from the list of nominees. He had no problem referring to them as 'wankers' and in that sense you have to think he's probably enjoying seeing the response from the BBC's Clive Myrie who decided to make every use of the fact that he was after the watershed while discussing the morning papers on Monday night.
The Guardian's latest take on the world heavyweight champion kicked off the debate as to whether the SPOTY award was judged on sporting achievements or 'personality'. If it's the latter then, according to Myrie, the fact that Fury is a dickhead would suggest that he won't be winning it this year.