Piers Morgan Says 'The World's Gone Nuts' After TV Show Ditches Meat

Piers Morgan Declares ‘The World’s Gone Nuts’ After TV Show Ditches Meat

'EastEnders' bosses want to do their bit for the environment and this is all part of a massive ongoing drive to reduce carbon emissions'


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Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain 'The world's gone nuts' - Media Credit: Instagram
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Controversial T.V host Piers Morgan has declared ‘the world’s gone nuts’ after a T.V show has ditched meat.

The comment follows reports claiming Eastenders – a popular U.K Soap Opera – has hired an ‘eco-consultant’ in an effort to cut the show’s carbon emissions.

According to reports, all food shown on-air will now be vegetarian or vegan – substituting sausages and bacon for Quorn alternatives, and creating a meat-free black pudding from black beans.

‘Less food is wasted’

An anonymous insider told The Sun: “Like everyone these days, EastEnders’ bosses want to do their bit for the environment and this is all part of a massive ongoing drive to reduce carbon emissions. 

“It means less food is wasted as veggie or vegan items can be re-heated — and obviously pigs, cows, and sheep aren’t being slaughtered.”

‘Virtue signaling nonsense’

Morgan, who often speaks out against veganism, described the move as ‘virtue signaling nonsense’ – stating that ‘the world’s gone nuts’.

“EastEnders eating quorn sausages? Honestly,” he added. 

Plant Based News has contacted Eastenders for comment 

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