Lord Haw Haw, William Joyce.
Now it seems that a "Piers Morgan anti-deportation petition claims 'No one in the U.K. wants him'". Pretty funny.
Bob Wright points out that Piers is the modern equivalent of Lord Haw Haw, the only difference being that he is allowed to broadcast his treasonable tripe from our soil, rather than a declared enemy's. From Did You Know:
Born in New York of an Irish father and an English mother, William Joyce lived in England from 1921. In 1933 he joined the British Union of Fascists led by Sir Oswald Mosley. Joyce made no effort to hide his admiration for Adolf Hitler and attracted by Hitler's ideology he and his wife Margaret moved to Germany in 1939 and began broadcasting Nazi anti-Semitic propaganda from a Berlin radio station in Charlottenburg. They lived in an apartment at 29, Kastanienalle, near the radio station. British troops dubbed him (Lord Haw Haw) after a statement by Professor Arthur Lloyd James of London University, an authority on English language pronunciation, who said that he thought some BBC announcers were too "haw, haw" in their diction. His broadcasts later from the Hamburg studios were listened to by millions in the UK. On September 1, 1944, Joyce was awarded the German War Cross of Merit by Dr. Werner Naumann on behalf of Hitler whom the Joyces never met face to face.
Still frame from the 1943 Allied propaganda cartoon "Tokio Jokio", depicting Nazi collaborationist radio announcer William Joyce, also known as "Lord Haw Haw", as an athropomorphic donkey identified as "Lord Hee Haw, Chief Windbag".
At the end of the war Joyce was shot in the ass while being captured by British forces at Flensburg, near the German border with Denmark. The bullet went through both buttocks, leaving four wounds. He went to his death unrepentant and defiant.
Lord Haw Haw was executed on 3 January 1946 at Wandsworth Prison. He was 39. It is said that the scar on Joyce's face split wide open because of the pressure applied to his head upon his drop from the gallows.