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"I can take you to streets in Oldham where no one speaks English," the new leader of Reform said.
The chancellor mentioned the nickname three more times throughout the interview.
"It’s an unforgivable blunder to utter such words on the nation’s main morning programme."
She tearfully told BBC Radio 4's Today programme, "I have never told this story properly."
The former Communards star said it would be "nice" if the BBC could "distinguish [its] elbow from its a**e sometimes".
The Harry Potter actor made headlines last year when she dropped the F-bomb while discussing Hunt during a live interview.
Several Radio 4 listeners broke down listening to their emotional exchange too.
Did the RMT Union’s general-secretary deliver "low blows" or a "brilliant" takedown of the BBC?