Apologies I couldn't find the previous thread, but to continue from the point I made in that, the police this morning said he is no longer a suspect. But the media, having already villianised him after the discovery of his fiancee's body are hardly reporting it. The BBC News website has the story as 4th in the Entertainment News section, when the poor guy was bailed the story was billed third on the whole website! I haven't got access to News 24 but I dare say the story is but more than news in brief and is therefore far more likely to be missed by the general public and no doubt we won't see Smart or Speight on the BBC again.
Its enough to drive you mad.
It's been on Radio 1 Newsbeat quite a lot.