The Hollywood star refused to appear on ITV's Good Morning Britain because of host Piers Morgan's comments about the women's marches.Read the full story ›
The presenter of Good Morning Britain told his followers on Twitter that he had spoken with the President-elect and he was on 'great form'.Read the full story ›
The actress led an online backlash over Morgan's criticism of her SAG Awards outfit.Read the full story ›
Piers Morgan and Alan Sugar appeared to squash their beef on live TV with a brotherly hug on the Good Morning Britain sofa.Read the full story ›
The veteran actor opens up on Piers Morgan's Life Stories.Read the full story ›
Piers Morgan joked that his return to GMB was the "ultimate nightmare" as he made his first appearance as a permanent host on the show.Read the full story ›
The actor told Piers Morgan's Life Stories he struggles with shelves, trolleys and automatic doors.Read the full story ›
Piers Morgan has confirmed that he has been offered a permanant slot on ITV's Good Morning BritainRead the full story ›
Piers Morgan has branded new ECB director Andrew Strauss a "vindictive moron" after it was reported he will snub Kevin PietersenRead the full story ›
Former Daily Mirror editor Piers Morgan has been questioned by police for the second time over phone-hacking allegations.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed today that a 50-year-old man had been interviewed under caution as part of Operation Golding, a codename for the investigation into suspected phone hacking at Mirror Group Newspapers.
Morgan, who edited the Daily Mirror for nine years until 2004, was first questioned in December 2013 and has consistently denied being involved in phone-hacking.
We can confirm a 50 year old man was questioned under caution today as part of Operation Golding.