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Image caption Jeremy Kyle at MediaCityUK in Salford, where his show was filmed. The welfare of guests on TV shows is to be scrutinised by MPs and regulators in the wake of the death of a man who appeared on The Jeremy Kyle Show. ITV has cancelled the daytime programme following the death of Steve Dymond. The House of Commons media select committee is to investigate whether TV companies give guests enough support. And media regulator Ofcom is examining whether to update its own code of conduct to protect people taking part in reality and factual shows. It is "vital" that participants are properly looked after, Ofcom said. "We're examining whether more can be done to safeguard the welfare of... Full story

7 days ago, 15 May

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