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Piers Morgan urges rivals to 'settle down' after outrage over tweeting BBC salary details ahead of 11am embargo

From Press Gazette
Posted 19 July 2017, 8.42am edt

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Piers Morgan has been called “unprofessional” and “disgraceful” by fellow journalists who accused him of breaking an embargo on BBC stars’ salaries by tweeting figures ahead of their official release this morning. Morgan rel...


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