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Jeremy Kyle confronts issues of the day in a new primetime slot. In each episode he investigates a issue and confronts those enabling it.
In this programme, Jeremy explores drinking culture and the dangers revellers face on a night out in Britain. He visits Norwich, which perhaps surprisingly appears in statistics as one of the top five places for drink-related hospital admissions in the UK. He asks the man who represents the night-time industry in Britain whether licensees should take responsibility for the scenes he has witnessed. And the programme hears from two families affected by tragedies caused directly by drinking.
Jeremy investigates how dogs bred to attack are being used by gangs as weapons and by individuals as status symbols. He meets members of the Met Police's status dogs unit, and speaks to gang members who tell him how they train the canines to be more aggressive.
He also speaks to a pitbull fan who believes the banned dog has been given a bad press, meets a dog trainer who says with the right training any pooch can be tamed, and is set upon by a trained attack dog to gain an insight into the experience.
Following reports that homelessness in Britain is rising, Jeremy looks into the plight of Britain's rough sleepers. He visits a tent city protest, and his team spends a day with a homeless man, learning about his daily struggles and happy former life. The programme goes undercover to investigate the issue of abuse against rough sleepers, and Jeremy goes out in disguise with a homeless man to experience life on the streets. He also meets hairdresser Josh Coombes - who offers free trims to the homeless.
Following Brexit, and with the news that levels of hate crime were on the rise even before June 2016, Jeremy investigates how tensions between different groups are simmering. The programme visits Bolton to witness a demonstration against plans for a new mosque, and Jeremy attends a mediation meeting between the two sides aimed at reaching an amicable resolution. He also looks at a rise in homophobic attacks, joining revellers at Pride Manchester, and meeting a participant who has been physically abused because of his sexuality. The programme also features a social experiment to find out who might intervene when a waitress starts abusing a gay couple.
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