Piers Morgan.
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What are people's views on Piers Morgan? I thought that he was all me, me, me. Watching him on GMB, when he interviews people, he asks direct/relevant questions. I have a respect for him, he asks what the Nation wants to know. The Government have boycotted the Show, got too much of a grilling. He has laid into the Government over the Coronavirus situation, and had an interesting Interview (heated) with the ex New York Mayor and a Lawyer, over what is happening in America. Morning TV can be interesting.

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#2

I think he's an utter tosspot. Smile

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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#3

He talks over people. Whether he has a point or not, being rude and arrogant isn't a good trait.

Susanna Reid is a proper MILF mind.
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#4

Agreed , he is a self promoting ****
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#5

The end opposite the T-End is a good description.
Brass-necked numpty.
He now throws the stones at the greenhouse which he still lives in.

*Fair point Si, duly noted and retracted, thanks.

He was the NOTW editor before he moved to the Mirror.
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#6

That often gets thrown at him, but he had nothing to do with the Milly Dowler thing - that was the News of the World. Morgan was editor at The Mirror.

That's not to excuse him, it was on his watch that the fake Iraq photos were published.

As for him - I can't stand him, but I think he's been fantastic on his calling out of the government during this pandemic. Anyone thinking they've been in any way successful over their handling of it must be crazy. The fact they're scared to even be interviewed by him on GMB says much about the spinelessness of this government and their clear ineptitude. Only one Tory MP from the back bench - Tobias Ellwood - has even put themselves forward for interview - he handled himself relatively well.
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#7

(10-06-2020, 04:01 PM)Si Robin Wrote:  As for him - I can't stand him, but I think he's been fantastic on his calling out of the government during this pandemic.  Anyone thinking they've been in any way successful over their handling of it must be crazy.  The fact they're scared to even be interviewed by him on GMB says much about the spinelessness of this government and their clear ineptitude.  Only one Tory MP from the back bench - Tobias Ellwood - has even put themselves forward for interview - he handled himself relatively well.

Agree with this. He's clearly a **** but he's done a good job of putting the boot in to the government for the failings over the past 3 months.
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#8

Would you agree to be interviewed by him, knowing he wouldn't let you speak and just shout over you?

I don't blame them tbh.

Sticking around a while yet, thanks to a gift from a generous angel.
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#9

It makes them look weak. So he shouts over them? That would at least garner them a little sympathy.

Instead they look like exactly what they are - a bunch of cowards.
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#10

Never heard of him

10 out of 10 for footballing zen
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