The editor of The Sunday Times has apologised for printed a column by Irish journalist Kevin Myers, who has been branded "anti-semitic" and "unacceptable".
In the article, entitled 'Sorry, Ladies - Equal Pay Has To Be Earned', Myers discusses the gender pay gap and singles our BBC presenters Claudia Winkleman and Vanessa Feltz.
The piece has generated a huge backlash on social media and the newspaper has now issued a statement of apology, admitting that it should never have been published.
Statement below from the Irish editor of The Sunday Times regarding today's Kevin Myers article: pic.twitter.com/bqeEO6iNw1
— The Sunday Times (@thesundaytimes) July 30, 2017
We have no words.