Piers Morgan took to Twitter to slam Health Secretary Matt Hancock again in a brutal post.
The Good Morning Britain presenter, 55, has made his anger towards Hancock and the government known throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
One of his latest digs was yet again at Hancock as he shared a ferocious tweet alongside a savage photograph.
He shared the post with his 7.6m followers as he fumed: "Watching @MattHancock in Parliament banging on (again) about his desire for scrutiny.
"REMINDER: It's been 155 days since he or any of the Govt allowed themselves to be scrutinised on @GMB.
"By coincidence, this photo of Mr Hancock emerged today."
He added the picture of Matt Hancock, which had conveniently cropped out part of his surname so it read "c***".
The former Britain's Got Talent judges followers rushed to leave a comment on the frosty tweet.
Some agreed with Piers, as one replied to his post saying: "They only appear and programmes where they know they will get an easy ride. It’s pathetic."
While another wrote: "Indeed, it's utterly disgraceful. Ministers need to be open to questions from all corners of the media, not just the ones they choose."
However, others were getting tired of seeing Piers rage at government ministers.
One said: "It is Parliament’s job to scrutinise ministers, not GMB's."
Another added: "Ah right, now having to appear on a show is a part of government policy now is it??"
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A third penned: "He doesn't need to go on @GMB when he’s already on @BBCNews @SkyNews and other platforms."
During Wednesday's GMB, Piers came face to face with his Spitting Image puppet live on the ITV breakfast show.
BritBox has revived the satirical puppet series and the presenter introduced his caricature and the voice behind it, comedian Luke Kempner, to co-star Susanna Reid.
Piers was unimpressed with his puppet as he said: "I have waited all my adult life for a Spitting Image puppet but I would happily wait another 40 years."
Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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