August 10th, 2011

Piers Morgan Admits Publishing Hacked Story Live On TV

In a well-managed, gentle appearance on the Conan show, Piers Morgan has surfaced to try to shut down speculation about his involvement in phone-hacking. But once again he has managed to get his story muddled just by opening his mouth:

“Paul McCartney is apparently now claiming someone hacked his phone, I suspect it was Heather Mills because in the divorce, if you study the divorce papers, Paul McCartney accused Heather then of hacking into his phones and passing information to the papers.”

Morgan has previously admitted having a tape of the couple’s voicemails and he used the content of it to spice up a piece that he wrote for the Daily Mail in 2006. Morgan has sworn blind to the public, and to his new employers at CNN, that he never knowingly published a story based on phone-hacking. So how did Morgan publish this story about Sir Paul McCartney, without knowing where the content had come from?


  1. 1
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    this brings joy to my heart

    • 8
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:


      • 12
        Anonymous says:

        But, they were voicemails to HER phone so she didn’t need access to HIS phone i.e. no hacking?

        TBH she’s bitch enough to do it.

        • 19
          Judy Judy says:

          Is there any danger Piers is slandering Heather (who he admits is worth £50 million) , i hope he was more evidence for this allegation, than Paul may have said she had hacked paul phone in the divorve proceeding…

          cos that sounds weak grounds.

          Please heather – sue him.

          Force him in court to prove this is not a slur on your reputation. Cos under cross-examination your laywers would get to ask him about the hacking and tape of your phone…..

          So he would be distrouyed as a witness -

          • Cameron is a joke says:

            Alexis Bailey, 31, from Wye Street in Battersea, south London, who was arrested in Richer Sounds in Southend Road, Croydon, pleaded guilty to burglary with intent to steal.
            The 31-year-old, who, the court heard, works full-time in a primary school in Stockwell and lives with his parents, was given bail but must adhere to a curfew. His case, along with the majority of others, was committed to Wood Green Crown Court for sentencing.


        • 81
          Rage Against the Political Elite says:

          These lot have been Frauding the People for years, with their Politician Pals with all of the State institutions slowly being corrupted.
          THE RULE OF LAW, Must not only be done but must be SEEN TO BE DONE.

          Paying Lip Service to the LAW is not an answer. The disgracefull Whitewashes of late. The IRAQ WAR enquiry will probably follow the same path and Bliar will not be sanctioned or imprisoned or referred to the international Courts. How can we expect any one to have RESPECT for the Rule of Law when the Political Classes the Police and the Press Swerve around it.

      • 14
        Anonymous says:

        Just throw Morgan, Andy, Brooks, James, Rupert, etc at the mob we have in UK. Then Sun can have a head line “Scum meet Scum”.

    • 33
      Junglebunny says:

      I must be missing something here. But how is Heather mills passing on a voicemail that she has received from her husband phone hacking.

      Sir Paul has given Heather a voice mail so it becomes her property. She is free to dispose of or share her property however she wishes and that includes passing it on to the press.

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        anonymous says:

        it comes to something when this happens

        many people in the uk including me would agree with him and he doesn’t even live here

      • 52
        Anonymous says:

        Cameron says “phoney concerns about human rights won’t get in the way”.

        Unfortunately, he WILL let some concerns about human rights get in the way, as he is legally obliged to do.

        He fully agrees with the human rights legislation and its’ application in the UK.

        • 79
          Cameron is a joke says:

          How long are there people being lock up for? Looks like they are just being let out on bail.

      • 71
        Tuscan Dave says:

        Look plebs, I only came back from Tuscany because there was some ghastly fudge packer by the name of Tuscan Tony, who kept banging on about some fat w og called Gay Fawkes, and how much he enjoyed sucking his cock.

    • 125
      AC1 says:

      this also brings joy to my heart

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    He needs to be nicked in short order, before the slippery fucker slithers away.

    • 17
      Morgan's Organ says:

      A spokesman for Mr Morgan said that he and Heather Mills are united in their slavish commitment to truth and honesty.

    • 43
      Old Tory Bigot says:

      I have an awful feeling that nothing is going to happen to Morgan.

      Now that NI has been thoroughly excoriated, and the Mirror is in the firing line, it seems that…

      1) Lessons have been learned
      2) We must draw a line under it
      3) We must move on

      Business as usual.

  3. 3
    it's gordons fault says:

    the net is closing, the man mouth just can resist eating his foot

    I love this story it just keeps getting funnier

    my dream result:

    CNN sack piers – for being a useless twat

    The met close the net and the courts send him down

    sanctimonious pratt

    • 32
      A Soldier says:

      While our once great nation burns around me, nothing BUT NOTHING would give me greater pleasure to see the slippery Organ sacked by CNN, deported and tried for his criminal actions…. and fake stories.

      • 63
        Admiral Leach says:

        The slander against British troops alone should have been enough to have him locked up.

  4. 4
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    May i offer Mr Morgon some advice?

    “When in a hole stop digging”

    Best thing he can do is Lawyer up and tell the truth, Yes he may get the sack, jail time etc, But its about time he “Mans up”.

    • 22
      Penfold says:

      Otherwise known as engaging brain before opening mouth.

    • 42
      Pedro (mad Nelly's son) says:

      Man’s up? Mmm …I do like the sound of that.

    • 121
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      It’s incredibly difficult for a liar to keep track of his lies, for what he is trying to do is to build an alterative universe where things are just as he says. In most cases, reality keeps intruding and he gets found out. The only successful liars in recent times have been Bliar and Manglebum, and even their carefully constructed fantasies are becoming unstitched.

  5. 5
    bawsack says:

    That noose is getting tighter….

  6. 6
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.” — Cicero, Roman statesman and lawyer.

    The LibLabCon are all traitors.

    We need a right-wing military coup.

    Only another Cromwell can save Britain now before it’s too late!

    • 47
      Anonymous says:

      A thumbs up for the Cicero quote.

    • 155
      Old Tory Bigot says:

      Can you imagine anything like that coming out of the mouth of any of todays politicians?

      Mind you, old Cicero wasn’t averse to a bit of double-dealing himself, was he?

  7. 7
    F.B.I says:

    We can work it out.

  8. 9
    Sophie says:

    Labour stooge.

  9. 10
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor appears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he app eals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.” — Cicero, Roman statesman and lawyer.

    The LibLabCon are all traitors.

    We need a right-wing military coup.

    Only another Cromwell can save Britain now before it’s too late!


  10. 11
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    A nation can survive its fools, and even the ambitious. But it cannot survive treason from within. An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known and carries his banner openly. But the traitor moves amongst those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the alleys, heard in the very halls of government itself. For the traitor app ears not a traitor; he speaks in accents familiar to his victims, and he wears their face and their arguments, he app eals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation, he works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of the city, he infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist. A murderer is less to fear. The traitor is the plague.” — Cicero, Roman statesman and lawyer.

    The LibLabCon are all traitors.

    We need a right-wing military coup.

    Only another Cromwell can save Britain now before it’s too late!

    (Modded for p-e-a ahhhh)

  11. 13
    I don't need no doctor says:

    Morgan is a mobile phone message looter.

  12. 15
    Rat's arse says:

    Morgan has forgotten that in order to be a good liar, you have to have a good memory.

    • 105
      Backwoodsman says:

      He always looked so pleased with himself, terrible thing to happen to a good mate of tony n’ gordon.

  13. 16
    Hypocracy UK says:

    those in authority continue to take the piss

    but that’s okay in police state britain

    • 30
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Mr Floru wrote: “As more cuts are apparently not in the offing, the money needs to be found elsewhere.

      No more cuts in the offing? How about selling the council chief’s chauffeur-driven Bentley shown in the picture? And cancelling the insurance. And sacking the chauffeur?

      And perhaps the council chief could take a pay cut to .. minimum wage. That’s deemed good enough for everyone else. I would gladly run Westminster council for for an hourly rate of £5.93. I’d spend most of my first week in the job issuing P45s to council staff. And no, they wouldn’t get nice big fat redundancy payments.

      • 54
        Boris Johnson says:

        Tessa, you are my dream, be mine and pay my council tax…….

      • 60
        Anonymous says:

        What circumstances are you currently enjoying that you can afford to live on £5.93 an hour?

        • 99
          RightWingProtestor says:


          £5.93 an hour really is too good for them

          I said to my local conservative council, only last week, they should pay us and then we flog them to within an inch of their lives.

          There was a nodding agreement but nothing has happened yet

          I look forward to the day when all those poor people are brushed away

        • 149
          Tessa Tickles says:

          Home owner. No mortgage. No debts. No overdraft.

          When you’re smart, you can cope. :-)

  14. 18
    M says:

    Piers says if you hack into a youfs phone you can’t hear voice messages for breaking glass ( allegedly )
    how the man to make a living ?

  15. 20
    Axe The Telly Tax says:

    This is what Britain needs now more than ever.

    • 40
      Breaking Britain Completely says:

      Perhaps we could have a repeat of his Ireland campaign in our inner cities.

    • 115
      WVM says:

      We don’t need a Cromwell Churchill or Thatcher 2.0.
      What we need is a strong decisive leader that will put the country, it’s economics, and its indigenous culture and people first for a fuckin’ change!

  16. 21
    Penfold says:

    Oh, deep joy, the prat has condemned himself.
    Time for Washington DC to cancel the green card and eject this odious and oleaginous arsehole back to the UK so that he can be arrested at Heathrow and assist the MET in their enquiries, prefably whilst banged up at Belmarsh.

    • 146
      Anonymous says:

      In that event Penfold I suspect Moron would bypass thiefrow in favour of the northern Cyprus territory; no extradition treaty twixt them & u.k.

  17. 23
    Breaking Britain Completely says:

    The BBC is reporting that the first person up at Highbury Magistrates Court on looting charges was a 31-year old school teacher named Alexis Bailey. She pleaded guilty to being part of the looting of the Richer Sounds store in Croydon

    • 27
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      and we wonder where the Kids got the idea from?

    • 29
      Anonymous says:

      Her ‘what I did in the holidays’ story should be interesting…..

    • 34
      Tessa Tickles says:

      I thought the BBC were calling the rioters “protesters”. Have the BBC changed their tune (now that BBC cameramen have been beaten up)?

      • 44
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        They changed their tune because the looters, having nicked the plasma TVs, didn’t leave a name and address so they could be billed for a TV license :-)

        • 128
          MrAngry61 says:

          Probably because the BBC TV Centre was in the path of the rioters, and a B BC radio car was smashed and torched by the ‘underclass victims’.

    • 48
      Bill d'Sarse says:

      If I was her employer, she would receive her P45 in the next post. She would have no control in her classroom after today.

    • 68
      Epic fail for Harman says:

      I thought it was all about no jobs and a lack of educational opportunities.

    • 112
      Gonk says:

      They flock to her lessons
      on the Renaissance.

      • 118
        Breaking Britain Completely says:

        Update on this, staggering or not? She was a former labour councillor
        candidate and a member of the labour party.

    • 137
      MrAngry61 says:

      Bailey is male – and, perhaps unsurprisingly, similar in appearance to many other rioters.

      He lives in Battersea, so robbing Croydon must have been part work and part holiday…

  18. 24
    Jaclyn says:

    Let’s be honest, Piers Morgan is an opportunistic self serving egoist. I would like to see the entire Morgan image trashed with truth. If he published the content, surely like others he needs to own up to being incompetent – but he’d never do that would he?

    • 56
      Hypocracy UK says:

      …. and haven’t we encouraged the development of this sort of person over recent times – isn’t this the ‘example’ we should all aspire to?

      • 126
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        The word is ,”hypocrIsy”. However, by referring to the politcal elite as.” The Hypocracy”, as in, Aristocracy”, you may just have done the English language a big favour.

  19. 25
    Good choice to bowl 60-3 says:

    There seems more proof that Piers knew about hacking than coulson, Are the BBC all over this along with Prezza and co?

  20. 26
    Good Question says:
    • 39
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Technically, Manchester is a trouble spot. Like Croydon, the “before” and “after” pictures of the riot zones really need to be clearly labelled.

  21. 28

    If Newsnight would forget the impartiality bollocks for a mo’ and grow a pair.

    Paxman: Do you believe that the progressive agenda has been seen in the last few days to be a complete failure?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces “..erm..well……”

    Do you think that Manchester, the most regenerated city in Europe, has really benefited from the billions that were spent by the last government?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces” ..erm..well……Its ..a bit..erm..”

    Has the last government’s policies of restricting police powers, demanding statistics over actions and encouraging a soft on crime attitude really discouraged violent disorder?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces “..erm..well……Its ..a bit..erm..a bit tricky to see…”

    Was abandoning any pretence at immigration control, so putting an intolerable strain on some local services, really a wise move?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces ” ..erm..well……in hindsight..who could know..?”

    Was mass benefit entitlement, to the point of encouraging work free households, really a sensible move?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces ..”Erm..”

    Was squandering billions on Iraq/Afghanistan for over ten years really a good use of resources?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces “Ahh..but..its..important Afghan girls can go to school..”

    Should youth discipline in schools, an issue that has been being raised by teachers for a decade, have been tackled?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces ..” Look, its not simply..”

    Would you concede that trying to cover up the total failure of the government’s 24 hour alcohol policy by pretending that increased violence and disorder in towns throughout the Uk for the last 10 years wasn’t really a problem, may have been a mistake?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces..”the issues are complex and..”

    Do you believe that local business who have seen increases of more than 400% to their rates and council tax bills since 1997 should have expected some of that money to be spent on controlling abusive, violent and thieving families within the community?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces… “umm..”

    Would you allow that ASBOs were about as effective as a telling off from a vicar?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces: “its just that..”

    That ridiculously lenient sentencing left police demoralised?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces:” Is it necessary to..”

    That the weak sentencing was a direct result of the overcrowding in prisons, caused by not building any more to cope with the introduction of more than 3,000 rather pointless laws?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces…”We’re not sure that this is ..”

    Or that magistrates were entirely constrained by the instructions of the government and the CPS, who were also constrained by the wishes of the government to pretend that crime was falling, when any citizen could tell that it was rising by just looking out of their window?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces [shamed silence]

    Is it a total failure to address the criminality on sink estates, ghettos a no-go areas, in line with ‘community policing’ targets that have allowed gangs to spawn and created misery for other residents for many, many years?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces [shamed silence]

    Is the Human rights act and various other mindsets that put the rights of criminals above the rights of victims that has led to an entitlement culture?
    Is it a total inability to realise that progressive , liberal policies are directly to blame for the mess this country currently faces?

    Labour/Guardian mouthpieces “Absolubtely not…Its the Tory cuts that’s to blame!”

    • 31
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      I would vote for that as comment of the day :-)

    • 36
      Hold Tight... says:


    • 45
      Tessa Tickles says:

      Very good! But I don’t think prison-building solves anything. They’re just universities of crime. They’re expensive, and nobody wants one in their area.

      Better to dig a very big pit into which the chavs’ bodies are dumped (this would obviously necessitate a slightly more severe sentencing policy than we have at present). Add quicklime and top it off with soil and turf. And perhaps a little tree and a bench. And a stall selling ice-cream.

      • 49
        suffy says:

        A little tree? That might attract somalis with AK47s!

      • 58
        Axe The Telly Tax says:

        Stick them on one of the Outer Hebridean islands and tell them there are plenty of fish in the sea and that someone will check on them every 10 years :-)

    • 46
      labourunionsbbc we are one says:

      Standing ovation.

    • 59
      Admirer says:

      You Sir, are The Ticket!

      Thank you.

    • 69
      AC1 says:

      >If Newsnight would forget the impartiality bollocks for a mo’ and grow a pair.

      If?? Newsnight has forgotten impartiality.

      NewsNight: These protests are about Tory Cuts.

      repeat ad infinitum…

    • 74
      nell says:

      +1 and then some!

    • 116
      WVM says:



    • 133
      Grumpy Old Man says:

      Definitely worth an honour. I expect to see Sir William Quango posting here in the near future.

    • 144
      MrAngry61 says:

      Great denunciation – but a REAL Graun/Nu-Lab mouthpiece would have exploded with fake indignation by question number 3.

  22. 35
    Anonymous says:

    It seems to me that there is another aspect to the whole phone-hacking saga which hasn’t yet been mentioned.

    Last month the non-Murdoch media (led by the BBC/Guardian), and the kangaroo court of MPs chaired by the thoroughly-dubious Keith Vaz, were so busy hurling around smears and accusations that this brought about the resignation of three of the leading officers of the Metropolitan police, including the Commissioner.

    When the London riots broke out a couple of weeks later, the feebleness of the initial police response was at least partly down to a lack of leadership, as well as the constant media sniping which the police have endured over the past years.

    I suggest that our media/political class needs to stop their fatuous self-indulgence, and get a grip on the real issues facing this country, which are considerably more serious than whether someone listened in to someone else’s voice-messages.

    • 57
      annette curton says:

      Look-out in the crows nest of the Titanic denied binoculars.

    • 61
      Comic Opera says:

      But that is very very difficult for a media and political class who are always up each others arses

      • 78
        The madness of the corrupt says:

        No its far more important that Valuable Police resources are used to investigate the possibility that some cocaine using seleb serial shagger had their voice mails listened to by someone who has already been caught and punished. this enquiry trumps everything inculding terrorism.

  23. 55
    Gordon Brown, (From his paddded room at Currrcuddy asylum for Moral Defectives) says:

    Ye cannae blame me!

    • 70
      annette curton says:

      David arrives at the House of Shaws and is confronted by his paranoid Uncle Ebenezer, armed with a blunderbuss. His uncle is also niggardly, living on “parritch” and small ale, and indeed the House of Shaws itself is partially unfinished and somewhat ruinous. (extract from Kidnapped).

  24. 64
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    Bill Quango to replace Rich and Mark?

    • 85
      MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

      Breaking news Rioters break in to Rich@Mark’s studio and steal nothing
      but do write amusing punchlines on the walls !

  25. 65
    Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

    “Got tickets for Test Match on Saturday. Any chance of England slowing down a bit here and dragging it out too the weekend?”

    • 77
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      Can you stop nicking my monkier, Your comment is quite funny tho, post under your own monkier.

      Dont be afraid.

      • 98
        The "real" Billy Bowden says:

        I’m not in any case Bollocks I was here first, in fact I was here before the 14-18 war

        You may address me as Mr Bowden, Sir or Group Captain Walamsy Smyth DSM DFC.

      • 138
        Grumpy Old Man says:

        151/7. Ho,Ho,Ho.

  26. 72
    • 89
      sockpuppet #4 says:

      never mind the silly URL, its actually more balanced in its treatment of schooling than I could be bothered trying here.

      ie: that a lot of the pressure on teachers comes from parents. Many of whom have perfect children who never lie.

      My own teachers might have been liberals, but they knew a twat when they saw one, and treated them accordingly.

  27. 73
    U R Nicked says:

    It has been made very clear during recent events that London is the most important place in the country. Police drafted in from other forces have left many areas vulnerable. But that doesn’t matter because the rest of the country is just a province ….. and not worthy of much interest

  28. 75
    inside-out says:

    So according to Piers Morgan,Heather Mills hacks her own voicemail and tells the papers.So why has Heather reported Piers Morgan to the Old Bill for hacking,if she supplied the journalists with the tape?

  29. 76
    I don't need no doctor says:

    When parliament is recalled tomorrow all but one of the MPs are to be issued with close pegs. The reason for the pegs is to protect their noses from the stench of hypocrisy from Harriet Harman.

  30. 83
    Charlie Gilmour says:

    I’ve just popped into a Costcutter in south London. I said, ” Mate, where are the bananas?”

    The guy behind the counter said, ” We’ve got none. We got looted last night.”

    • 93
      Voice of Reason says:

      Closet racist – Bee Nnn Pee will be proud of you.

    • 96
      nell says:

      I thought it was gordon and davemiliband who were mad on bananas. Wasn’t it gordon who was eating up to 10 a day as a dieting aid?

  31. 86
    Jimmy says:

    We return now to our main story

  32. 87
    Piers Moron says:

    Look here

    I haven’t hacked any phones … well maybe one …. I just got this number, turns out it’s one of the rioters in London …. he’s saying something about an amnesty between 2pm and 6pm on saturday so the the \premiership footbal can be played …. okay ….. fair cop ……humbly yours …

  33. 88
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    I detest lawyers !
    they will defend the indefensible ‘How anybody could defend people like Ian Huntley etc and try to gloss overthe facts to lessen their sentence, and rubbish relatives and witnesses is way beyond me !
    anyway over the next few days you will hear the same old excuses again and again !
    first one is
    “Caught up in a moment of madness “!
    “He was just running with the crowd”
    “He is easily led ”
    “He comes from a broken home”
    “He has learning difficulties”
    “He was abused as a child ”
    people are responsible for their own actions and should suffer the consequences

    • 104
      Taxfodder says:

      Unless they are an MP!

      Then they get to loot, lie, cheat and send soldiers to death with crap equipment and make mistakes without fear of retribution.

      • 136
        Anonymous says:

        exactly 99

        and people on here are now cheering for the self same authorities to ‘do something’

        hypocracy is not a pleasant modus operandi

  34. 90
    Taxfodder says:

    Love it!

    Guido hates Piers Morgan with a passion, in much the same way as Vince Cable and Balls.

    There have been a number of targets over the years, some well holed like Hain and that cretin Dobby.

    As always a passionate if not predictable rant from the old boy today, every time a winner, its like a red rag to the bull whenever they pop up!

    Its cheesey first off but after a while a comforting, a bit like widow twanky and/or circus clowns throwing custard pies.

    You always know what to expect.

  35. 92
    Voice of Reason says:

    Types like Morgan, Met police, MPs, Murdochs, wanker/bankers, all devious corrupt liars with corporate hypocrisy and individual greed – and we wonder why so many youths have no morals. Jeezzzz!!!

  36. 94
    Arse says:

    “Cameron blames ‘sick’ society after Birmingham deaths”
    telegraph headline


  37. 97
    WVM says:

    I see Ed Militwats in Machester this afternoon, you wanna see him on Sky news.
    He’s walking around with his entourage of background efnic Liebour flag waving youth and giving speeches like he’s the Prime Minister of the UK.

    What a fuckin’ mong!

    • 107
      Billy Bowden is the greatest umpire ever ! says:

      No thanks, The cricket is much more intresting.

    • 151
      Anonymous says:

      Yes,why does he do that ? and why is he always ready with a pronouncement, nomatter how stupid. He must know nobody is taking any notice.

  38. 100
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    O?T that Asian guy accused of having his wife killed
    it’s funny how since they wanted to extradite him he has become a cabbage
    unshaven has to be assisted walking can’t speak even looks like he soil’s himself every day !
    oh well he does have post traumatic stress disorder
    So would i if my lawyer told me to fake it !
    maybe it’s just the thought of spending 40 years in a South African Pokie !

    • 134
      Anonymous says:


      he could be innocent and is grieving …..

      imagine the loss and the being accused of the murder ……

      how would you feel?

      • 143

        So the cctv footage of him drawing £5ooo out of a cash point and giving it to the taxi driver was just the fare was it ?

      • 150
        Mandy says:

        He’d be worried if his family ever found out he was a gay sadomasochist shirtlifter that wanted out of marriage to a beautiful asian gal. That’s not something I could ever imagine! Maybe prison in South Africa is too good for him with all those sweaty boys.

        Perhaps we can send our own Pitiful Pisspoor Organ to interview him after he himself is eventually released from his pending incarceration.

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  40. 103
    b34st says:

    I’m a prretty nice bloke and mean no harm but I hope that this fucking twat ends up in an Alabama jail selling his arse for an extra cupa soup or Hershey bar from the commisary as Simon (certainly not gay) Cowell hasnt sent his royalty postal order
    Him getting HIV and Hep would also be a fucking result

  41. 109
    b34st says:

    The future for Piers

  42. 111
    nell says:

    Just to cheer us all up and take our minds off riots and phone hacking, gold has reached a new high of $1749 . If we still had that gold that gordon sold at brown bottom it would now be worth £11billion more.

    • 131

      And if i still had that house i paid two grand for in 1952 it would be worth £1.100,000
      So what post something else
      Yawn Yawn Yawn

  43. 113
    Voice of Reason says:

    What’s happening with Chris Huhne and his sppedding ticket? Since the material was passed to the DPP all has gone quiet – is the DPP trying desperately trying to find out how they can escape from prosecuting him?

  44. 114
    Anonymous says:

    This is important, This is really important, This really is very important, This site is very significant, Shit, I can’t be bothered.

  45. 117
    Glen Beck US Airhead says:

    Piers Morgan IS nuttier than me.

  46. 119
    MAD FRANKIE HADDOCK son of COD says:

    Some good footage on sky of scumbags getting beaten by Manchester police
    watch all the fuckin do gooders start screaming police brutality !
    Now it’s time for Dave to come out and say they give up their rights when they start taking other peoples away !

  47. 122
    genghiz the kahn says:

    Beeboids wetting themselves over arrest of a 61 year old man for phone hacking.

    Guess he must work for, or had worked for NI and not Trinity Mirror.

  48. 124
    Gonk says:

    In 1932 Britain possessed four Battle cruisers
    and 53 Cruisers with a further five building.
    The largest were the Berwick, Cornwall, and others
    of that class, being of 10,000 tons and
    carrying 8 8-inch guns. The United States had
    36 cruisers, Japan 41, France 21, and Italy 24.

  49. 127
    pissed off voter says:

    CPS are taking an awful long time over that other c*unt Huhne. Are they delaying it long enough to drop it quietly?

    • 129
      Hypocracy UK says:

      you’ve noticed

      it took two years to bring charges against the cop who ‘interfered’ with ian tomlinson

      • 142
        Anonymous says:

        …yes and instead of having the brain power to understand the difference between Tomlinson and the current looting scum, the police use him as an excuse to stand around and watch places burn!!!!!!!!!

  50. 130
    Honi Soitquimalypense says:

    I’m puzzled. Why did Paul M phone himself and leave voice messages for someone else? Piers – this is a porky pie.

  51. 139
    Dr Of Anatomy says:

    “just by opening his mouth:”

    It’s such an obscenely, weasly, wormy, tiny little, sweaty top lipped orifice, I am surprised anything is able to come out it.

  52. 154 says:

    How on earth did the fragrant Celia hitch up with a slime ball like O’Moron?

    ….and worse, marry it.

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Rod Liddle on the loony UN sexism special rapporteur:

“There is more sexism in Britain than in any other country in the world, according to a mad woman who has been sent here by the United Nations.

Rashida Manjoo is a part-time professor of law at Cape Town University in the totally non-sexist country of South Africa (otherwise known as Rape Capital Of The World).

Mrs Magoo has been wandering around with her notebook and is appalled by the sexist “boys’ club” culture here, apparently.

I don’t doubt we still have sexism in the UK. But is it worse than in, say, Saudi Arabia, d’you think, honey-lamb? Or about 175 other countries? Get a grip, you doolally old bat.”

orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?

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