Piers Morgan Questioned By Phone Hacking

Former Daily Mirror editor reveals he was interviewed under caution at the end of the last year, although Scotland Yard did not name him, they said a 48-year-old journalist had agreed voluntary to an interview at a south London police station, adding that he was not arrested.

CNN broadcaster confirmed he was questioned on December 6 over allegations of phone hacking at the Daily Mirror where he was editor from 1995 to 2004 but he denied any involvement.

Mr Morgan was asked from Operation Golding which is investigating allegations of hacking at the Mirror Group Newspapers. The Golding inquiry is connected to Operation Weeting, which has been investigating hacking at News Of The World.

Morgan has always refused involvement in phone hacking, including when he recognize to the Leveson inquiry on 2011.


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