In the British parliament, legislators engage in "Question Time" – a chance to get any and all questions answered.
In our "Question Time" web series, we'll ask Piers Morgan about some of the most interesting topics in his life and in the news. Today: what it was like to work for, and compete against, media mogul Rupert Murdoch.
Piers was hired in 1994 as the youngest editor of the News of the World, Rupert Murdoch's U.K. paper. Two years later, when he was 30, he moved on to the Daily Mirror, directly competing with his former boss. As he prepares to host his CNN show in January, he'll be back in competition with another Murdoch media outlet, Fox News. "He's a brilliant boss, and he's a ruthless competitor," Piers told me. "And I know he'll be the same with me now."
Piers said Murdoch already has wished him good luck – but he knows part of Murdoch will be wanting "to kill me." And will he get Murdoch on Piers Morgan Tonight? Piers has asked...and it wasn't exactly a no.
Do you have something you want Piers to answer? Leave it in the comments or tweet us at @PiersTonight, and we'll ask Piers in a future "Question Time."
Later this week, Piers takes on the issue of his firing from the Daily Mirror in 2004. And coming tomorrow, an exclusive, first-time look at an internal full staff meeting at CNN.