Piers Morgan insists he 'wouldn't go back' to Good Morning Britain following Ofcom ruling

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Piers Morgan has insisted he "wouldn't go back" to Good Morning Britain after being cleared by Ofcom over his controversial comments about Meghan, Duchess of Sussex.

The presenter quit the morning show in March after coming under fire from viewers after he stated that he didn't believe Meghan when she confessed during her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey that she suffered from suicidal thoughts. British broadcasting regulator Ofcom launched an investigation into the comments and cleared him of any wrongdoing this week.

When he celebrated the verdict, he jokingly asked if he could get his job back, and ITV officials responded by stating they have no plans to invite him back onto Good Morning Britain, and Piers has now insisted he wouldn't want to return anyway because he has big projects in the pipeline.

"I put that post on social media asking if I'd get my job back to prove a point," he told the Daily Mail. "I wouldn't go back, not without a public apology and I'm not going to get one.

"I've got much bigger things coming up. The future is exciting. The next project is global, it's big. I can't say what but people are going to hear about it within the next few weeks."

In his original tweet celebrating the verdict, the controversial presenter wrote, "This is a resounding victory for free speech and a resounding defeat for Princess Pinocchios."

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