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Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 ☆ [PDF / Epub] ★ Insider By Piers Morgan – Connecfloor.co.uk At the record breaking age of 28 Piers Morgan was made editor of the News of the World the UK's biggest selling Sunday newspaper The decade that followed was one of the most tumultuous in modern times At the record breaking age of Piers [PDF / Epub] Insider By Piers Morgan Connecfloor.co.uk At the record breaking age of 28 Piers Morgan was made editor of the News of the World the UK's biggest selling Sunday newspaper The decade that followed was one of the most tumultuous in modern times At the record breaking age of Piers Morgan was made editor of the News of the World th.

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E UK's biggest selling Sunday newspaper The decade that followed was one of the most tumultuous in modern times a period in which we witnessed the self implosion of the Tories the rise of New Labour the Royal Family brought to its knees by scandal and tragedy horrific news events like Dunblane september and the war in Ira alongside a seemingly endless supp.

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Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgLy of fantastically entertaining sport and celebrity gossip Throughout the period he later moved to the Mirror Infamously deciding to take it upmarket and stand alone in making the paper anti war he kept detailed diaries of what happened as it happened recording encounters and escapades with the key figures involved from Murdoch to Blair Diana to the Beckham.

Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Piers Stefan Pughe Morgan born Piers Stefan O'Meara known professionally as Piers Morgan is a British journalist and television presenter He is editorial director of First News a national newspaper for childrenMorgan branched into television mainly as a presenter but has become best known as a judge or contestant in reality television programmes In the UK he was a judge on Britain's Got.

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  • Jim

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgI hate to admit it but this is the best book I’ve read for ages A fascinating insight into the life of a newspaper of the Blair government of London in the Eighties and Nineties of celebrity life in generalPiers knew everyone who was anyone it seems and was able to write about it in a witty and engaging way He is a tosser a lucky tosser no doubt – and just how did he land that editorial job – and even he must look back on those days and shake his head in wonder Lady Di Tony Blair Posh and Becks the icons of the age captured in a way that no other media could Piers’ big headedness doesn’t survive his own acknowledgment of it either as in the final chapter he goes on about how Tony Blair decided to stay on in government after seeking the counsel of Piers and then in the next paragraph slates Alastair Campbell for thinking he was important than he was But that’s what makes the book as entertaining as it is


  • Rob

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgPiers Morgan comes across as one of the most self centred braggarts in a world filled with egos but it's hard to ignore that this is a work of pure bravado and one that keeps you hooked consistently His follow ups once Morgan himself becomes a 'celebrity' aren't a patch on this first volume Read be infuriated and enjoy


  • Kirsty

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgThis book was OK and had some interesting parts but I bought it thinking it would be about celebrity gossip than anything else given that the cover is full of celebs It focused too much on politics for my liking Also Piers does not come across in the best way He has a reputation for being pig headed and this book does not do much to refute that reputation


  • Ian

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgGiven the fact that the author is such an arrogant tosser this was a surprisingly enjoyable read Written before he became the TV personailty he is now it provides great insight into many of the major events of recent times from the point of view of the editor of a sleazy redtop newspaper


  • Ciara Leahy

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgGod he's bloody annoying but his account as editor of a top tabloid makes for fascinating reading at a time when exclusives were happening every week and before the internet


  • Caitlin

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgHave to admit I laughed uite a bit reading this Snappy writing lots of goss He's going to hell of course


  • Mark Farley

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgPiers Morgan is not a popular guy I kinda like that in him I see a lot of him in myself I like the way the book starts with his sacking from The Mirror in 2004 by way of intro before swapping back to 1994 to start properThe book reads like an ongoing soap opera as he displays his lovehate relationship with so many luminaries and news makers From the many meetings he has with Tony Blair to the email relationship he has with Peter Mandelson and the ever ongoing clashes he has with Alistair Campbell it’s surprising how influential he actually was Then there is appeasing of less important and desperate for exposure figures including immediately after 9 11 and his own run in with terrorism at Canary Wharf a pivotal time for the newspaper which turns a corner and becomes very anti war and begins a uniue period in the British press The tempestuous relationship between the British newspapers is wholly entertaining and very interesting reading It really is such a cut throat businessIt


  • Samuel Tyler

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgEveryone loves a bit of gossip but not everyone loves Piers Morgan However without the nation’s lust for titillation Morgan would have not become the successful Newspaper Editor he was and TV presenter he is ‘The Insider’ is a diary of his newspaper years and was released relatively soon after his firing from The Mirror for publishing allegedly false photos of Irai prisoners being tortured The book cover the mid 90s to the mid 00s – from a period of Tory sleaze to a period of Labour taking the nation to war; with several royal and celebrity mishaps on the way‘The Insider’ is a dense book but one that you don’t want to skip over at all; any of the entries may have a wonderful line or salaci


  • Ronke

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgOk it’s Piers Morgan mark II No I am not obsessed with him I swear I am just riveted by tales of sleaze and scandal The Insider which is Mr Morgan’s memoirs written when he was edi


  • Mark

    Summary Insider AUTHOR Piers Morgan 109 Insider AUTHOR Piers MorgWell I took a chance on this book as I had never read anything written by Piers before but I was very glad I had done so as I found it a really good enjoyable readIf you had any interest in UK current affairs during 1994 to 2004 then this book gives you a good insight behind some of the stories which gripped the nation Major stories during this period included the death of Diana 911 and the war in IraPiers had a lot of access to some of the key players in the news over this period and therefore this book gives some real good snippets behind those storiesThe only slight criticism I would make is that given that this book has been written with the benefit of hindsight Piers has done his best to avoid that hindsight but there are some places where it makes him look strangely prescient if you assume hindsight wasn't used Piers doesn't come across the best all the time as there are instances where he reveal