Kent Online: The Jeremy Kyle Show slammed in report by MPs

Details have emerged of the behind-the-scenes conduct of production staff working on The Jeremy Kyle Show.

Folkestone and Hythe MP Damian Collins oversaw a government inquiry into reality television.

MPs saw footage which was handed over to them from a whistleblower.

The inquiry was launched after one of the show's participants, Steve Dymond, died one week after he took part in the show.

Mr Collins, who chairs the Digital, Culture, Media and Sports Committee, said, "It is clear that once the cameras started rolling on The Jeremy Kyle Show there was no safe space for anyone in a highly distressed state, verified by the behind-the-scenes footage passed to the committee by a whistleblower.


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