Piers Morgan: suddenly talking sense

By Diana Wichtel In Television

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27th December, 2012
It turns out there may be a point to Piers Morgan after all. The British journalist has had a colourful, pratfall-prone career, mined for comic effect in books with such restrained titles as The Insider: The Private Diaries of a Scandalous Decade and Don’t You Know Who I Am?: Insider Diaries of Fame, Power and Naked Ambition. Most famously, he was sacked as editor of the Daily Mirror after the paper published hoax photographs of British soldiers allegedly mistreating Iraqi prisoners. Blessed with weapons-grade self-satisfaction and a towering embarrassment ...

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