— BBC News (UK) (@BBCNews) July 30, 2017
Kevin Myers' Sunday Times article on BBC pay removed after being branded "anti-Semitic" & "disgraceful" https://t.co/dGva9KXUOt
Myers was objecting to the call by high-profile BBC women employees that the corporation do something to tackle the gender pay gap.
His article, entitled 'Sorry Ladies, but equal pay has to be earned' was circulated widely on Twitter:
When you're wondering how a S Times column titled 'sorry ladies - equal pay has to be earned' can get more offensive pic.twitter.com/Fx83AL5WQL— Dina Rickman (@dinarickman) July 30, 2017
It’s gone, now but I just don’t want you to miss this - only the 15th maddest thing in that Kevin Myers piece pic.twitter.com/CkQmyOymHv— Janine Gibson (@janinegibson) July 30, 2017
Myers, who belongs to that group of opinion writers who exist to cater to the worst instincts of the very worst people, must now seek employment elsewhere.