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Piers Morgan questioned again over 'phone-hacking'

Piers Morgan has been questioned for the second time over phone-hacking allegations Credit: PA

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.

– Metropolitan Police


Pietersen tweets support for Piers after US show axed

Cricketer Kevin Pietersen has tweeted his support of Piers Morgan after the former tabloid editor's US talk show was cancelled by CNN.

Piers 'looking on bright side of life' after US show axe

Piers Morgan has tweeted a response to news that CNN is to cancel his talk show in the US.

The former tabloid editor tweeted a link to Monty Python's "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life." Adding: "P.S I blame Kevin Pietersen".

Clarkson 'strangely contented' after Piers Morgan axe

Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson says he is "strangely contented" after hearing the news that US network CNN will cancel Piers Morgan's primetime chat show.

The pair have enjoyed an intense rivalry for a number of years including the revelation that Clarkson punched Morgan at the 2004 Press Awards.

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