Piers Morgan’s son praises Boris Johnson’s win as he boasts inheritance will be protected


PIERS MORGAN’S eldest son Spencer Morgan has revealed why he is happy that Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party triumphed at the General Election 2019 today in a post on Twitter.

Piers Morgan, 54, is no stranger to expressing his controversial thoughts on social media and now his son 26-year-old Spencer has followed in his footsteps. In view of his 31,000 Twitter followers last night ahead of the General Election 2019 result, he wrote: “The boy Boris.”

A Twitter user then queried why he favoured Boris Johnson’s Conservative party, writing: “What do you get from them winning Spencer?”

Spencer responded to the person in question, simply writing: “My inheritance.”

Piers’ son received mixed comments from his social media fans about his response.

Love Island star Charlie Brake, who is a millionaire, seemingly agreed with Piers’ son’s tweet as he responded with an OK sign emoji.

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A second user wrote: “Fair play mate, can’t argue with that.”

“If ma old man was loaded I’d feel exactly the same,”(sic) a third added with a crying with laughter emoji.

Others were not amused by the tweet with one writing: “Classic case of privileged white boy syndrome.”

Another commented: “Do you think that’s funny? Children are living in poverty, people are dying from austerity… you’re putting money you haven’t earned yourself ahead of the wellbeing of others – you are the problem.”

Conservative Party politician Sajid Javid previously said of potentially scrapping inheritance tax: “I shouldn’t say too much now but I understand the arguments against that tax.

“You pay taxes already through work or through investments and your capital gains in other taxes, there is a real issue with then asking them, on that income, to pay taxes all over again.

“Sensible changes have already been made but it’s something that’s on my mind.”

Spencer is believed to be a sports journalist at the Daily Mail, where Piers also writes his column.

The controversial host is said to have a net worth of around £13 million.

Elsewhere today, Piers has been sharing his thoughts about the General Election on Good Morning Britain and Twitter.

Piers, who is a remainer, hit back at the likes of Hugh Grant, Lily Allen and Steve Coogan.

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Seemingly reflecting on the Election result, Hugh tweeted last night: “There goes the neighbourhood.”

“No, there goes your credibility,” Piers responded. “The British people listened to your democracy-wrecking garbage & told you to f*** off.”

The presenter also commented on Steve’s remarks about Brexiteers being “ignorant” and “ill-informed”.

Discussing the comment on the ITV show today, the father-of-four said: “Entitled millionaires telling us our vote doesn’t count.

“I watched Coogan on Channel 4 news I think it was the day before the election, and he was so sneering about Brexiteers, called them stupid and thick, said his character Alan Partridge was basically like them, ignorant, blah blah blah, off he went on his little rant.”

He added: “You’ve got this multi-millionaire entitled Hollywood brat telling you your vote doesn’t count. Well, good morning Mr Coogan.”

Piers also tweeted that Lily Allen should “f**k off” after she insisted Boris won the vote due to racism and misogyny in the country.


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