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BBC apologises over use of racist term in news report


BBC director-general Tony Hall has apologised for a news report which contained a racist term. More than 18,000 people complained to the BBC over the broadcast, which saw social affairs correspondent Fiona Lamdin repeat a racial slur allegedly used in a suspected racially-motivated attack in Bristol. The broadcaster initially defended the report, but now has apologised.

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