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It comes after the broadcaster received almost 19,000 complaints about the incident.
Surgeon James Marion Sims brutalised Anarcha Westcott and dozens of others. Now a statue to their memory could be built at the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
An Ofcom report about public perceptions of the word in 2016 deemed it to be “highly unacceptable at all times”.
The move follows the streaming giant's decision to pull "Little Britain" from its service.
The 1939 film will return to the streaming service, accompanied by a "discussion of its historical context".
The decision follows the toppling of a statue of Edward Colston by anti-racist protesters in Bristol.
The Fijian-Australian contestant was the first to be evicted from the 2020 Big Brother Australia house.
I struggled with my identity because there was no guide for men like me. So I decided to tell my story to help others, writes Deep Singh.