The news in the Telegraph that convicted paedophile Karen White, a transgender person (previously known as David Thompson and born as Stephen Wood) who now stands accused of rape, was remanded into a women's prison and, within days of arriving there, sexually assaulted four female inmates has understandably aroused considerable interest and been fairly widely reported (from the Mirror to the Mail).
I've seen comments elsewhere that the BBC hasn't reported this, but - of course - it has. There's a brief report on it in the Leeds & West Yorkshire section of the BBC News website.
The BBC report, as is the BBC's way, persists in using the female pronoun to describe the offender ("She has since been moved to a male prison"), though - perhaps sensing that this isn't the sort of story where that kind of thing looks good - the most recent revision of the article removes two other uses of it.
In other words, it looks, from Newssniffer, as if the heavy use of the female pronoun in the first version of this brief piece (three uses in just five short paragraphs) was later deliberately toned down. ("...before she was jailed" becomes "outside prison" and "She previously admitted two further rape charges" becomes "White previously admitted two further rapes").
The BBC is certainly 'woke' in its use of language.