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Good Morning Britain: Piers Morgan defends Susanna Reid in heated row with Eric Bristow LIVE on TV

OK! Wednesday, 30 November 2016
The former I’m A Celebrity star has been surrounded by controversy after a string of tweets insisting child abuse victims need to complain straight away. His tweets – which included calling child abuse victims “wimps” – later saw him sacked from Sky Sports. And Eric came on Good Morning Britain this morning to defend himself. However, he riled Piers up when he called Susanna “darlin'”. Good Morning Britain: Piers Morgan defended Susanna Reid against Eric Bristow ...
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News video: Eric Bristow 'Apologises' For Controversial Football Abuse Comments

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Eric Bristow 'apologises' for controversial football abuse comments he made yesterday.

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