Picking up his award, Morgan delivered a brief but impassioned speech about the importance of public protest, talking about the days after Diana's death.
"What do we have to do to get our leaders to listen to us?" he asked.
"What do we have to do to get them to change tack?
"In 1997 2.2 million people went on the streets of London, sleeping rough, bringing the biggest city in Europe to a standstill, so that a stubborn 70-year-old lady would fly from Aberdeen to London.
"What are we going to have to do when it's really important?"