Ex-recruitment consultant Jeremy Kyle speaks out over axed show

Ex-recruitment consultant Jeremy Kyle speaks out over axed show

Following a glittering career in TV and radio, ex-recruitment consultant Jeremy Kyle has spoken out following the decision made by ITV Studios to axe the programme, The Jeremy Kyle Show.

The studio made the decision to take the show off air after the suspected suicide of previous guest Steve Dymond after he failed a lie detector test, a popular element of the daytime TV series.

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  • Adam Gordon
    Adam Gordon
    Thu, 16 May 2019 1:17pm BST
    Would be great to understand which recruitment company trained Jeremy Kyle in this style? I suspect I won't be surprised with the answer?

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