Thousands of people have signed a petition demanding that Channel 4 drop the remainder of their controversial show Benefits Street.
The show follows the life of a number of people on welfare in Birmingham and has prompted a police probe and hundreds of complaints from viewers.
Nearly 400 people have complained to Channel 4, and almost 300 people have complained to Ofcom, the Independent reports.
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