Thursday June 4, 2020

My tabloid hell

It took ten years for Piers Morgan, former editor of both the News of the World and the Mirror, to finally get his come-uppance.

1st October, 2005

It took ten years for Piers Morgan, former editor of both the News of the World and the Mirror, to finally get his come-uppance. But it wasn't at the hands of a mere pop star.

Morgan, the most famous tabloid editor in a generation, was eventually sacked for trying to do the right thing.

Not that many of his victims would have had much sympathy for him. Morgan has been punched, kissed, groped, libelled, sued,...

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