Piers has trumped Susanna in the 2019 Google search results; the most popular Christmas cracker joke has been revealed; Swainy confronts Boris Johnson in an attempt to get him to keep his ... See full summary »

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Simon Morris (uncredited)

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Piers Morgan ... Himself - Presenter
Susanna Reid ... Herself - Presenter
Jonathan Ashworth ... Himself (archive footage)
Jeremy Corbyn ... Himself - Labour Leader
Chris Curtis Chris Curtis ... Himself - Political Research Manager at YouGov
Dave Merritt Dave Merritt ... Himself - Father of London Bridge Terror Attack Victim (archive footage)
Ranvir Singh ... Herself - GMB Political Editor
Sean Fletcher ... Himself - Presenter
Peter Watson Peter Watson ... Himself - Chief Medical Officer, Manukau Health Board (archive footage) (as Dr Peter Watson)
John Tims John Tims ... Himself - Deputy Commissioner, New Zealand Police (archive footage)
Lise McNally ... Herself - Granada North West Newsreader
Kerrie Gosney ... Herself - Granada North West Weather Forecaster
Jonathan Swain ... Himself - Correspondent
Kevin Maguire ... Himself - Associate Editor, Daily Mirror
Andrew Pierce ... Himself - Consultant Editor, Daily Mail
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Storyline

Piers has trumped Susanna in the 2019 Google search results; the most popular Christmas cracker joke has been revealed; Swainy confronts Boris Johnson in an attempt to get him to keep his promise about appearing on GMB; on the final day of the election campaign, a new poll suggests that Labour are closing the gap; Ashworth caught slamming Corbyn in leaked phone call; New Zealand volcano recovery effort is underway; an interview with Sal Brinton, the President of the Liberal Democrats; Laura Pidcock on Labour's election campaign; is hardship the secret to real happiness?; magician Penn Jillette performs a magic trick with Susanna; plus, Miss World 2018 is live in the studio. Written by Anonymous

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News | Talk-Show

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Release Date:

11 December 2019 (UK) See more »

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