The BBC said it “accepted this has caused offence” but said it was “editorially justified given the context”.
An Ofcom report about public perceptions of the word in 2016 deemed it to be “highly unacceptable at all times”.
He said his tweets were 'ironic' and misunderstood.
Gerry Adams has defended using the N-word in a tweet about the Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained, in which he compared
The actress made a complaint through Equal Justice solicitors because she understood the racism that had been scripted and masked in the Top Gear Burma episode.