“He needs to put his head above the parapet, that’s Boris Johnson’s job. If he’s not man enough to do it, let’s get someone in who can, maybe Piers Morgan, someone who says it as he sees it and doesn’t beat about the bush.”
Discussing Piers exit, he remarked: “I think it’s a shame because is he one of the only people on telly that you can get a direct answer out of,” the Pimlico Plumbers boss said.
“He asks the right questions, questions that other people won’t ask and I think it’s a sad day that we’ve lost someone like him on a breakfast show that millions of people watch.
“And I think he inspired a lot of people with his directness and not the lying and beating about the bush.
“Unfortunately, we’ve all lost out that he’s no longer there, but let’s not kid anyone he’ll be back.”