BBC News website is slammed for using 'sound editor mum' to describe Oscar nominee

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BBC News sparked fury it said of Bohemian Rhapsody sound editor Nina Harstone: 'At home she runs the PTA and feeds the cat, at work she's a Bafta-winning sound editor.'
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