Piers Morgan has actually been envisioned with a senior ITV executive – days after Ofcom ruled that his controversial remarks about the Duchess of Sussex did not break broadcasting rules.The speaker, who stormed off Excellent Early morning Britain and later on left the show, was seen alongside the channels director of television Kevin Lygo at The Oval cricket ground yesterday.
It was previously understood that Morgan would not be invited back to host GMB, but would deal with other jobs with the broadcaster.
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The morning program has been relying on a rotation of visitor speakers because his departure, and the picture may feed speculation that Morgan is set to return.In March, Ofcom received more than 50,000 grievances – including from the Duchess of Sussex herself – in response to remarks he made about Meghan following her interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The duchess had actually declared she was neglected when she raised concerns about her psychological health and suicidal ideas – and went on to declare that racist remarks had been made before the birth of her kid Archie.
While Ofcom ruled that Morgans remarks were “highly offensive and potentially hazardous”, the regulator said GMB was not in breach of the broadcasting code since his remarks were challenged by other hosts.
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When news of Ofcoms decision initially broke on Wednesday, Morgan tweeted: “Do I get my job back? There is nobody like Piers, for bad or excellent.”
Morgan caused controversy with his comments about Meghans interview with Oprah Winfrey