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Jeremy Kyle: MP calls for ITV show to be axed for good

An MP who has spoken openly about his own mental health issues has urged ITV to axe The Jeremy Kyle show for good.Charles Walker MP told the BBC it would be "extremely sensible" if ITV said "this has gone far enough", adding that it was "a watershed moment".Mr Walker spoke to the BBC after the ITV show was suspended following the death of a guest shortly after filming.Hampshire police confirmed Steven Dymond was found dead on 9 May following a recording of the show.The death is not being treated as suspicious.'I worked on The Jeremy Kyle Show' Amol Rajan: The Jeremy Kyle Show faces tough questioning A spokeswoman for Portsmouth coroner's office said: "HM Coroner has ordered a post-mortem to be carried out and is awaiting the result ...