Piers Morgan’s son travels from London to Tier 2 Sussex estate

PIERS Morgan’s son has been criticised for “escaping” to Tier 2 Sussex from London just right before the capital was escalated to Tier 4.

Spencer Morgan, the Great Morning Britain Host’s eldest son, took to Twitter on Saturday to tell his 54,300-solid adhering to that he had remaining the town “just in time”.

The 27-12 months-previous is noted to be keeping at the family’s residence in Newick, around Lewes.

Spencer posted the comment at 9.35pm, much less than 6 several hours following Wellness Secretary Matt Hancock introduced that big parts of the South East would be escalated to a new Tier 4.

Commencing at midnight on Saturday, these locations now facial area heightened restrictions comparable to those people carried out for the duration of the next national lockdown, with individuals urged to continue to be at dwelling and not leave their nearby area.

They are also not able to mix with other homes indoors on Xmas day.

The areas in Tier 4 are:

  • Hastings 
  • Rother 
  • London 
  • Kent and Medway 
  • Buckinghamshire
  • Berkshire
  • Surrey (excluding Waverley)
  •  Havant
  • Gosport
  • Portsmouth
  • Hertfordshire
  • Essex (excluding Tendring, Uttlesford and Colchester)
  • Central Bedfordshire
  • Bedford
  • Milton Keynes
  • Luton
  • Peterborough

But the the greater part of Sussex, like Newick, continues to be in Tier 2 and is under much less stringent coronavirus constraints as a end result.

Spencer’s Tweet read: “Escaping to our dwelling in Sussex just in time.”

He also included the hashtags “Tier 2” and “adapt and overcome”.

But a single commenter described the put up as “tone deaf”.

One more responded: “With the best regard Spencer, you are quite fortunate to have a ‘house in Sussex’ to escape to.

“I may well advise this is just a minor egocentric Tweet thinking about what other folks might be going by.”

And a even more human being included: “Should be awesome to be in a position to have several homes to escape to.

“Really don’t blame you just one bit, but do not boast about it on right here and rub our noses in it.”

Spencer later on posted a photograph of the Sussex countryside with the caption: “On the in addition facet, Tier 2 ain’t so lousy.”

The sports journalist has been vocal on social media about his opposition to the coronavirus lockdowns implemented in the British isles, a viewpoint which has found him clash with his father in current months.

On November 1, Spencer shared the results of a YouGov poll which said that a few quarters of people in England backed plans for the 2nd countrywide lockdown.

He reported: “Haha. These kinds of BS. Virtually not achieved a particular person who wishes it apart from father.”

But his father responded.

Piers stated: “No one Desires a lockdown. But most persons, as this poll shows, imagine a single is now important to management the virus and save lives.

“You should not choose the level of popularity of your individual view on what Twitter claims…it is invariably erroneous about unquestionably almost everything.”

It is not clear if Piers travelled to Sussex.