A group of MPs believe the media should tone down its coverage of Isis and Mohammed Emwazi because it is inadvertently glorifying their horrific actions.
Colonel Bob Stewart, MP for Beckenham, said the widespread use of photos of him clad in black and the moniker 'Jihadi John' was turning him into "some sort of modern Jesse James" (the infamous American outlaw).
I find it utterly abhorrent the media continue to put a photograph of a man who is a murderer and name him, and give him an identity by giving him a nickname.
I find this is probably going to reinforce those people who think it is a good thing to do, some sort of modern Jesse James. I just find it abhorrent our media continue to use this man's name.
Colonel Bob Stewart, Conservative MP for Beckenham
Speaking at the Commons on the same urgent question on counter terrorism, Labour MP Nia Griffith also brought up an important point about coverage of the three British teenagers who are believed to have travelled to Syria to join Isis.
Some of these sick individuals really revel and feel rewarded by high-profile media. Would you agree when there are young girls like this who choose to travel that, apart from instances where the identity is really needed for, perhaps, the public to apprehend them on their route, it would be far better if the media were to report it in a more anonymised form rather than actually naming and showing pictures again and again of those individuals?