WITH regards to Piers Morgan (The Yorkshire Post, April 24), I think it’s important to challenge what we are told. Not enough of that happening with the media.
It’s important that we get the reply, and then keep challenging if the answer is vague or not factual. But it’s important it’s done respectfully and professionally and Mr Morgan doesn’t do that. It’s entertaining. I think he enjoys the publicity.
At the moment though, I’ll give him the benefit of the doubt. He is trying to make a difference.
From: Elaine Robertson, Glasgow.
NOT usually a GMB viewer or Piers Morgan fan but it appears he is one of very few holding this Government to account. Channel 4 News and Newsnight very good too but no Ministers “usually available”. Keep going Piers, please.
From: Carol Jones, Crewe.
I AM always quick to call out Piers Morgan when I have problems with his interview style, but his recent interviews with inept Ministers have been spot-on.
I don’t seem to have seen Andrew Neil recently and he is the main one who can cut through the nonsense.
From: Mike Trayler, East Sussex.
PIERS Morgan’s interviews are all about imposing his views on the interviewee often in a bullying way. He is not an expert, neither is he involved in the fight against coronavirus. He would do well to formulate probing questions and respond to the answers.
From: Dave Price, Hertfordshire.
I CAN’T believe that no one from the ITV has told Piers Morgan that he’s acting like a bully.
From: Michele Carter, York.
THANK God for The Yorkshire Post; straight news, straight facts, no agenda. I wish the BBC would take note. I am frustrated of their negative, often rude questioning of politicians and scientific advisers who seem to be trying their best to cope with this new plague.
From: Richard Wood, Farnley Tyas.
IS there any possibility that Laura Kuenssberg and Robert Peston could be furloughed? Cheer us all up no end!
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