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The Jeremy Kyle Show is cancelled permanently following death of guest

Grimsby Telegraph Wednesday, 15 May 2019
The Jeremy Kyle Show is cancelled permanently following death of guestBroadcast of the hit TV show had been suspended after participant Steve Dymond was found dead.
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