According to The Sun, the no-holds-barred column will react to events in Piers’ own inimitable style, and be a forum for lively and fearless debate – celebrating the precious right to free speech.
Piers says: says: “The column is called ‘Uncensored’ - because it does what it says on the tin.”
“I want to express what Sun readers are thinking, and no topic is off-limits.”
“It was a pretty bruising experience on Good Morning Britain but I’m now working somewhere where I’m free to express my opinions.”
“I want to single-handedly lead the charge around the world to end cancel culture.”
In a launch interview, Piers reveals the name of his new column as well as discussing Prince Andrew, Harry and Meghan, and Tony Blair's Knighthood.
During his six year tenure at GMB, Piers, 56, helped triple the ITV breakfast show’s ratings, says The Sun.
Victoria Newton, Editor in Chief, The Sun, said: “Piers uncensored is Piers at his very best, and holding the powerful to account once again. Welcome home Piers.”
Morgan will also publish a weekly column for the New York Post, as well joining News Corp and FOX News Media in a global deal, launching a new TV show in early 2022.
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