Piers Morgan is confirmed to be returning to Good Morning Britain next week after teasing that he might not return after his brief holiday.

In a solemn advert for Piers and Susanna Reid's return, Piers declared that he would be "demanding the truth" and not letting the prime minister "off the hook".

The GMB presenter, 55, has been incredibly critical of Prime Minister Boris Johson over his handling of the Dominic Cummings scandal

Cummings has been widely criticised for driving over 250 miles from London to his parents house in Durham when his wife had coronavirus symptoms, despite the government's own rules telling Brits to stay at home during the pandemic.

Piers Morgan confirmed that he would be returning to GMB on Monday
Dominic Cummings has refused to resign from his position

However, as Piers was taking a break this week during half-term, he was not able to voice his opinion on GMB - which left viewers incredibly frustrated.

Piers vowed to hold the government to account when he returns
Piers Morgan has been highly critical of Prime Minister Boris Johnson

But Piers has now vowed that he will hold those to account when he makes his big return to the ITV news programme on Monday.

Susanna begins saying in the advert: "On the questions you need to have answered..."

A picture of a man in a face mask is shown on screen holding up a sign saying: "Why are you above the law?"

Piers continued as a picture of No. 10 was shown: "Do you think we should let those in power off the hook?"

Susanna added: "Stop holding their decisions to account?"

"And give up asking questions to find out the truth?" Piers continued, before he was seen sitting at the GMB desk. "No, we didn't think so."

*Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV