Line of Duty season 6: DS Steve Arnott’s fate ‘revealed’ as big spoiler dropped

Line of Duty fans are eagerly awaiting news of when they can expect the latest series of the BBC police drama. Viewers were disappointed when show creator Jed Mercurio announced filming of season six had been suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, fans are still eager to find out how the drama will play out in the upcoming series and DS Steve Arnott star Martin Compston has given a rare insight into future storylines. 


Line of Duty bosses are well known for killing off fan favourite characters without little warning.

DI Matthew ‘Dot’ Cottan (Craig Parkinson) was killed off in series five but not before tapping out a message in Morse code to blow the investigation into ‘H’ wide open. 

The detective had been shot in his chest and although he couldn’t speak he used Morse code to relay the revelation that ‘H’ is a group of people.

As fans look forward to the next series, many fear another detective could be heroically killed off.

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However, actor Martin has hinted his character could be safe as he confessed he “trusts” the show creator completely.

“At this point, we have all got six series out of it and I don’t think any of us could have foreseen that,” Martin told The Herald. 

“The initial idea was three series. Then five. So, the fact it is six? There’s talk already of seven, but Jed takes it one at a time, that is the way he has always done it.

“He has been an incredible influence on my career. I owe my career to Ken Loach and Jed Mercurio.”

Martin admitted he has faith in Jed over the future of his character and wouldn’t “complain” if it was his time to leave.

He continued: “I know Jed wouldn’t kill me off for the sake of it or shock value. It would be because he thought it would be the best way to take the story forward.

“I trust him completely. If it happens, I wouldn’t complain. I would be gutted and miss the guys, but we have got nearly 10 years out of it.”

Line of Duty fans will have to wait a while for the series to return but Martin promised it will be worth the wait. 

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Martin said: “I don’t want to sound like a band trying to punt their new album and saying this is the best ever but every year, I think, ‘Is this going to be the one that is just not quite as good?’ 

“And then Jed ups it a level. I don’t know how he does it, his consistency is incredible.

“I’m buzzing about where the story is going this year. It is very reassuring to know, ‘As long as we don’t mess this up, we have another hit on our hands.’”

Meanwhile, will Steve, DI Kate Flemming (Vicky McClure) and Ted Hastings (Adrian Dunbar) finally get to the bottom of the ‘H’ mystery?


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The latest clue was flagged up by Steve in the series five finale when he figured out Dot’s dying message.

“Dot was trying to tell us something before he lost consciousness. He couldn’t speak due to the gunshot wound to his chest, but he could move his hand. Tap tap tap tap. Tap tap tap tap. It’s Morse code. Dot dot dot dot,” he explained.

“The letter H in Morse code is four dots,” added Steve. “‘H’ is not an initial, it’s a clue. Four dots. Four caddies. Four police staff in league with organised crime.”

The detective wasn’t trying to expose one individual’s name as originally thought but trying to reveal that ‘H’ is in a group made up of several members.

Line of Duty season one to five are available to watch on BBC iPlayer. 

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Emmerdale spoilers: DI Malone drives Will Taylor out of village after dangerous demand

DI Malone (played by Mark Wormack), the head of a gang Will Taylor (Dean Andrews) used to be a part of, turned up on Emmerdale looking for his gun, that Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) accidentally show Nate Robinson (Jurell Carter). However, DI Malone knows what Cain did and has been threatening them ever since. Tonight Malone tasked Will with taking drugs across the border, but will he return? 

As viewers know by now, Will Taylor used to be a drug dealer but has tried to get his life back on track ever since. 

However, he recently put his whole family in danger when little Lucas found a gun in Will’s bedroom and pointed it at Will, Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) and Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle). 

In a bid to get rid of the gun for good, Harriet asked Cain to dispose of it but when he thought there were rustlers on the farm, he used the gun accidentally shooting Nate. 

The police are now on his case, which has not been helped by DI Malone showing up and threatening to tell them everything. 


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Things came to a head in tonight’s episode though when DI Malone tasked Will, Cain and Billy with a very dangerous task. 

Will met Malone on a quiet country road but it quickly became clear the two had different ideas of what was about to happen. 

Malone was surprised when Will turned up and said: “You came on your own?”

Will replied: “Yeah, going to pick Cain and Billy up on the way. So this is the van?

As Will went to get in the van, he was stopped and DI Malone got a package out of his jacket. 

Malone said: “Hang on, meet your passenger. This is your new mate, Charlie.”

Will was not happy and said that no one had mentioned anything like this. 

Malone carried on: “Come on, Will. You didn’t think this was just about a van did you?”

Will objected again, telling him that he wasn’t taking drugs through customs. 

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Malone reassured him: “I’m not asking you too, just stash it onboard, just somewhere they will never find it.

“You’ve got a history, you’re telling me you don’t know how to work the system?

“You’ve got a few hours, a garage full of welding gear, think outside the box.

Will relented and took the package as Malone went to leave. 

“The ferry leaves at 11pm. Good luck,” said Malone as he walked away leaving Will with the van and the drugs. 


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DI Malone isn’t one to be messed with, but it seems the only way to stop him will be to get rid of him for good. 

Cain has been adamant the men will have to do something drastic but is it already too late?

Has Malone just sent Will off to set him up? To get him thrown in jail for good? 

Later this week, Malone will make a dark threat that could see the policeman pick a brand new target. 

Emmerdale continues on ITV on Wednesday at 7pm. 

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Liar season 2: Fans spot huge clue that proves Laura Nielson is innocence – here’s how

In the latest instalment of Liar, the ITV drama delved into the backgrounds of both murder victim Andrew Earlham (played by Ioan Gruffudd) and prime suspect Laura Nielson (Joanne Froggatt). But, as viewers got an insight into Laura’s close bond with sister Katy Sutcliffe (Zoe Tapper), fans jumped to conclusions over the murderer’s identity after spotting a cryptic clue. 


The episode began by looking into Andrew’s past and his relationship with Oliver Graham (Sam Spruell).

Viewers were given an insight into the rapist’s dark mind and the influence the acquaintance had on him.

Meanwhile, Laura and Katy’s recent tragic history was delved into as fans began to put together a host of clues and pinpoint the murderer’s identity. 

In emotional scenes, Laura’s father asked his daughter to help him end his life rather than let his condition deteriorate further. 

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Laura turned to her sister for help but Katy couldn’t go through with it and Laura was left to face the dilemma on her own. 

As her father explained he did want his cancer diagnosis to be what killed him, Laura administered a lethal injection. 

In his final moments, she took off her necklace and placed it around her father’s neck.

However, viewers were in store for a huge plot twist as the episode suddenly jumped forward to a moment at the beginning of the second series. 

When DI Karen Renton (Katherine Kelly) and DS Rory Maxwell (Danny Webb) found Andrew’s body, they discovered the same necklace Laura had given to her father. 

As the detective duo opened up a storage container to find a dead body, Laura’s necklace was scooped up off the floor of the crime scene.

Jumping forward again to Laura’s arrest, the confused rape victim remarked: “You’ve got to be kidding me!”

Karen explained: “We are arresting you for the murder of Andrew Earlham,” to which Laura hit out: “This is bulls**t!”

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Referring to the necklace, Rory added: “We found it, Laura,” before she hit back: “Found what? found what?”

As viewers watched this new piece of evidence comes to light, some began to suspect Laura’s sister could be to blame and shared their theories on social media. 

One began: “I’m really thinking that Laura’s sister might have screwed her over and set her up for Andrew’s murder because she’s not forgiven her for helping their dad to die…

“His car key in L’s flat, her necklace in the container and the alibi could’ve been to protect herself!”


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Another theorised: “Yeah so it’s Laura sister who killed Andrew. She planted the necklace and Andrew’s car key which she picked up in the hospital locker room to frame Laura. No need to watch the last two episodes.”

“I think the sister is framing Laura for Andrew’s death as she couldn’t forgive Laura for injecting their father. Might even have set Laura up with Andrew deliberately in the first place. Think necklace and Andrew’s car key,” someone else added.

A fourth tweeted: “Laura, the professional killer, leaves her necklace there for police to find,” added another. “Surely to christ that would be a tad suspicious and they’ll realise she’s being framed.”

Has Laura been framed by her own sister or does her past prove she has what it takes to be a murderer?

Liar continues tonight on ITV at 9pm. 

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Alex Jones drops huge bombshell about Matt Baker’s replacement on The One Show

The One Show was struck a huge blow when Matt Baker decided to step down from his role on the BBC show. It means his fellow host Alex Jones will be given a new presenting partner on the famous green sofas but she recently admitted the show still didn’t have a clear replacement in mind. 

Matt shocked viewers when he announced on air he would be leaving the daily magazine show back in December. 

In a candid announcement to those watching at home he explained why he decided to leave his well-known role. 

He told viewers: “I would like to take this opportunity to say that, at this time of year, I like to stop, take stock, reflect.

“The One Show has been part of my life for almost a decade now and I have loved being part of it.


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“But I am going to be leaving this green sofa in the spring. It’s time to give someone else the opportunity to see how big-hearted and generous our One Show viewers really are,” he concluded. 

The star’s last appearance on the show is set to be on MArch 31, meaning he only has a couple of shows left before he calls it quits. 

Matt has been self-isolating amid the recent coronavirus outbreak and been assisting Alex with presenting duties via video-call twice a week. 

Now, as he prepares to say goodbye to the show for good, his co-host Alex recently spoke out about how she feels about Matt’s departure. 

Speaking to The Sun’s TV magazine, she admitted: “It’s very sad. From the first day in March, I’ve been up every night thinking about it. We’ve sat next to each other for nearly a decade. 

“I always know what he’s going to say and when he’s going to speak just by the way he moves his arms, or the way he breathes.”

However, Alex revealed the show didn’t yet have a replacement lined-up for Matt and noted how whoever took his place need to be “the right person”.

She explained: “We decided that we aren’t going to rush into a decision of who to replace him. Matt nailed it, but it’s a hard job. And it’s got to be someone I can have a laugh with.”

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The show looks to plan to continue to use a series of guest presenters joining Alex until a permanent fixture has been found. 

Alex said: “We’ll probably have guest hosts a week at a time over the summer. We’ve been racking our brains and there are lists and lists [of people], but I think the right person will become obvious in their own way.

“There are loads of presenters and comedians I would love to see doing it permanently – my dream co-host is an amalgamation of different people – but they have got commitments. I’m hoping the universe will send the right person.”

Luckily, Alex seems to have no plans to quit the show herself and seemed keen to stay at the helm of the weekday BBC offering. 


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The mother-of-two, who gave birth to her second child Kit last year, appeared to seem settled in the role. 

She added: “I’ve had nearly a year away to be a full-time mother, so I feel like I’ve had a break and am completely refreshed.”

Patrick Kielty, Michael Ball and Chris Ramsey have all been amongst those who have guest presented with Alex in recent months.

Could one of them be signed-up to replace Matt for good, or could the show look to appoint someone new entirely?

The One Show airs weekdays at 7pm on BBC One. 

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Coronavirus symptoms: What to take for coronavirus?

Scientists are working around the clock to find and perfect a cure for the deadly coronavirus. The symptoms are similar to the flu, but coronavirus is caused by a virus that normally only infects animals. Since the virus is new, very little known about the disease – and the cure. So if you think you have coronavirus, what should you take?

What are the symptoms of coronavirus?

The NHS website is now advising not to leave your home if you have either:

  • A high temperature (if you feel hot to touch on your chest or back)
  • A new, continuous cough (coughing a lot for more than an hour, or three or more coughing episodes in 24 hours)



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What should I take for coronavirus?

You should take paracetamol to treat the symptoms of coronavirus, unless your doctor has told you paracetamol isn’t suitable for you.

Ibuprofen is similar to paracetamol but has anti-inflammatory effects, which caused some concern online at first.

However, there is no strong evidence that ibuprofen will make coronavirus worse.

You also need to stay hydrated, so drink lots of water even if you don’t feel like eating or drinking at all.

With fevers, you lose a lot of water through sweat.

If you fail to rehydrate yourself, you could end up in hospital dehydrated and infected.

What do I do if I think I have coronavirus?

If you are showing symptoms of the virus, use the NHS 111 coronavirus online service to find out the likelihood of you having coronavirus.

The online service will also tell you what to do next.

Use the online service before trying to call NHS 111.

You should only ring if you are unable to access the online service.

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What do I do if someone I live with is showing symptoms of coronavirus?

If someone you live with is showing symptoms – a continuous cough, or a high temperature – you also need to self-isolate.

You need to stay at home in a room alone for 14 days.

This is because it can take 14 days for symptoms to appear.

If you start to get symptoms, then you should self isolate for seven days from when they start.

If you don’t get symptoms, you can stop self-isolating once the 14 days are up.

From then on, you will be able to go out for essential trips, such as going to buy food.

How do you self-isolate if you live with other people?

The NHS self-isolation advice says:

  • Try to keep two metres (three steps) away from each other
  • Avoid using shared spaces, such as kitchens or bathrooms, at the same time as each other
  • Open windows in shared spaces if you can
  • Clean a shared bathroom each time you use it, for example by wiping the surfaces you have touched
  • Use a dishwasher if you have one – if you do not have one, use washing-up liquid and warm water and dry everything thoroughly
  • Do not share a bed, if possible
  • Do not share towels, including hand towels and tea towels.

You can find more advice here

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Emmerdale spoilers: Wendy Posner ‘seals’ romance with Bob after he carries out huge favour

Emmerdale resident Wendy Posner (played by Susan Cookson) and her son Luke (Max Parker) moved into the Dales last year, leaving  Victoria unsure how to deal with their presence in the village, However, she quickly struck up a romance with Luke quickly but she decided to end things earlier this week. Now, with Wendy desperate to see them back together, could she get the help she needs from a new love interest?

Last year was a turbulent one for Victoria when she was raped by Lee Posner (Kris Mochrie) and fell pregnant.

In a rage, her brother Robert Sugden (Ryan Hawley) attacked Lee and put him in the hospital, leading to the former’s arrest.

Robert was initially arrested for grievous bodily harm (GBH) but Lee later died, meaning he was sentenced to 14 years in prison for murder. 

With Robert out of the picture, it was up to Victoria and brother-in-law Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) to deal with a brand-new threat. 


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Lee’s mum Wendy moved into the Dales late last year and quickly became disliked amongst Victoria and her family. 

Wendy and Victoria were at loggerheads as soon as she arrived in the village and she refused to involve her in her ongoing pregnancy.

Victoria’s brother-in-law Aaron Dingle (Danny Miller) was quick to attack Wendy and wrote graffiti on her home as well as vowing to get rid of her.

However, Victoria, strong as ever, managed to put her feelings aside and started to become more civil with Wendy. 

Wendy helped Victoria through some difficult parts of her pregnancy and their relationship thawed. 

There was soon romance on the horizon as she took a shine to Wendy’s son Luke and the pair gradually get closer.

The duo finally agreed to date and viewers have been taken by their growing romantic connection. 

As they started to become intimate on one date night, Victoria started getting flashbacks to her assault, leaving her feeling like she was unable to continue the relationship. 

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Victoria and Luke later rekindled things as they looked to be going from strength to strength.

Earlier this week, they finally spent the night with each other but Victoria was left shaken by the time she spent with Luke.

Confiding in her best friend Amy Wyatt (Natalie Ann Jamieson), she admitted things didn’t feel right and she decided to end things for good.

However, someone has other plans as Wendy, convinced they are perfect together, endeavours to get them back on track with the help of Bob Hope (Tony Audenshaw). 


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Wendy has been seeking romance of her own and her and Bob have become noticeably closer since she arrived last year. 

In upcoming episodes, Wendy will be frustrated to learn her son’s relationship has ended and confides in Bob over what to do next.

Wendy encourages Bob to come up with his own idea for getting Luke and Victoria back together, but will he be successful?

Could this also be a guise for her to spend more time with Bob and end up in a new romance of her own?

Emmerdale airs weekdays at 7pm on ITV

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EastEnders spoilers: Phil Mitchell arrested as Ian Beale keeps deadly secret hidden

Phil Mitchell (played by Steve McFadden) fled EastEnders when he feared he’d be arrested for Keanu Taylor’s (Danny Walters) murder but soon returned when he discovered the mechanic was still alive. However, after the tragic boat party that claimed the life of Dennis Rickman (Bleu Landau), Phil has been noticeably absent from the Square but is set to return very soon. 

The dodgy dealer will make an unwelcome arrival to Dennis’ funeral and will be attacked by Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean) who blames him for her son’s death.

On the night of the boat party, Dennis defied his mother’s instructions and ran away from the Square to get drunk on the boat. 

While partygoers enjoyed the festivities, Phil and Keanu were involved in a heated confrontation that spilled over into the control room.

As the pair fought, Phil caused the boat’s steering to go out of control which ultimately led to the crash and Dennis’ death.

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Sharon wasn’t aware of this at first but when Karen Taylor (Lorraine Stanley) told her Keanu’s side of events, she was furious. 

However, unbeknownst to Sharon, Ian Beale (Adam Woodyatt) locked Dennis below deck and failed to rescue him in time when the boat began to sink. 

In upcoming scenes, the grieving mother will launch herself at her estranged husband when he returns for her son’s funeral.

Ian and Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) will be forced to intervene but Phil will be determined to speak to Sharon.

The dodgy dealer begs to speak to Sharon but the EastEnders stalwart won’t listen and hurls insults at her husband. 

As the situation gets out of hand, Ian calls the police but by the time they arrive Phil is nowhere to be seen.

However, as the Mitchell villain continues to push Sharon, will she be driven to tell the police everything she knows about her son’s death? spoke to Andrew Gilmore, Head of Criminal Law at Grosvenor Law to find out whether Phil could face charges for the young boy’s death. 

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“It is possible,” Andrew confirmed. “They could be charged with involuntary manslaughter, caused by a reckless act.

“These are acts that have been performed with a blatant disregard for the dangers of a particular situation, and as a result of this act, somebody dies.”

He continued: “It would be for the prosecution to show that the actions of Phil were reckless and that he could have reasonably foreseen that some other person was at risk of physical harm because of what he did.”

“For Phil, these issues would revolve around the fight in the steering room,” he added.


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Ian has been desperately trying to keep his dark secret hidden from Sharon and Phil’s arrest could provide the perfect alibi for him. 

The grieving mother has been relying on Ian for support and she will be devastated if she realises both her estranged husband and friend are responsible for the death of her son.

Will Ian come clean or will he let Phil take all of the responsibility for Dennis’ death?

EastEnders continues Monday on BBC One at 8pm.

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Coronavirus chaos: Mental health tips for those struggling with coronavirus isolation

Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s strict measures against the spread of coronavirus now call for Britons to remain home at all times and only leave for essential shopping, key jobs or to care for dependents. These measures could be hard for some, with the sudden change in everyday schedule.

So far lockdown measures are in place for three weeks, with a review at the end of this period.

The review will determine whether an extension to the lockdown is required, or whether some measures can be lifted.

Not seeing family and friends, losing your regular routine and being stuck in the same place for a long time can take its toll on our mental health.

Professor Jayashri Kulkarni, Professor of Psychiatry from Australia’s Monash University gave some tips on how to remain positive while being confined to the same space for an extended period of time.

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Get into a routine

Set yourself up a schedule to prepare in the morning, eat nutritious, food at set times and be consistent with bedtime.

Treat your time as if the lockdown was not in place, with a routine for separate tasks.

Writing down what to do when can be a tactic to make sure you stick to this and give structure to your day.

Exercise is a must

Whether home exercise videos or meditation, every little helps.

Lots of gyms, personal trainers and more have been offering online classes and sessions for those wanting to exercise after gyms were told to close.

The Prime Minister has also said one trip outside for exercise is permitted, so going for a run or walk – while still maintaining social distancing – could be good to prevent feeling stir-crazy.

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Fight the boredom

As tempting as it is to binge on the latest TV shows, try to try something different.

Why not try writing, painting, cleaning out cupboards or even learning a new language to protect your mental health.

Cross stitch kits, painting by numbers or even online coding classes are available for those looking to indulge in a new hobby.

Change up your surroundings (if possible)

If you can, move around your living space and mix up where you sit, exercise and work to make sure you’re not staring at the same walls all the time.

Try and separate work and home if you can, so you are not working in the same space which you sleep in.

If you are working from home, when you finish work, make sure you act as though you would if you were in the office – don’t check emails or continue to work past your usual finish time.

Keep in touch with family, friends and colleagues

You may be physically confined but this does not mean you should isolate yourself mentally.

Whether by video or voice, keep in touch with those who usually surround you.

Whether a lunch date or a quick catch-up, harness the incredible ability we have at our fingertips.

Netflix houseparty is a Google Chrome add on which can enable people to watch a film together with a chatroom, meaning you can share the experience with friends and family despite being separated.

Limit screen time

Don’t get consumed by the COVID-19 coverage plastering the news, limiting the amount of time you spend browsing will have boundless benefits to your mental attitude.

Lastly, take one day at a time

Try to focus on the immediate future rather than looking too far into the future to help maintain a positive attitude.

The measures in place are only for the time being, not forever, so while it may be hard there are better times on the horizon.

Do you have any questions about the coronavirus, self-isolating or the Government lockdown?

Get in touch with us and will ask an expert to find the answers for you. Email your question to [email protected]

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EastEnders spoilers: Gray Atkins twisted fate ‘sealed’ in killer Chantelle twist

Viewers have watched over the last year as EastEnders’ Gray Atkins (played by Toby- Alexander Smith) has abused his wife Chantelle (Jessica Plummer), not just emotionally but physically too. It all came to a head last week when Chantelle was left so badly beaten she was unable to pull herself up off the floor. But as the pressure mounts on Whitney Dean’s (Shona McGarty) murder case, could Gray attack Chantelle to the point of no return?

Gray has been struggling under the stress of working on Whitney’s murder case after he was suspended from his job. 

Viewers watched as Chantelle told Gray, even if he wasn’t working at the company, he really needed to help Whitney out. 

The pressure of being told what to do from all angles left Gray at his wit’s end.

Gray was left believing Chantelle had been talking to her dad Mitch Baker (Roger McGriffith) about their personal life. 


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Gray was left horrified when Mitch revealed Chantelle hadn’t said anything at all and it was all led by him, but the damage had already been done. 

Last week Gray beat Chantelle so badly she wasn’t able to get up off the ground where he left her. 

Chantelle has always tried to forgive her husband in the past for his behaviour, even when he raped her just after Christmas, but this time was different. 

The wife has been struggling to forgive Gray for the attack and this means Gray has lost some of his control, which can’t possibly end well. 

Gray did have a breakthrough with the case, despite his home life crumbling, when he discovered Leo King (Tom Wells) had been living in Whitney’s loft.

Gray was left convinced this was enough to prove Whitney was under threat, securing her innocence. 

This week, the pressure will be ramped up as Whitney returns to Albert Square on bail.

Gray is already resentful of the residents on Albert Square for pushing him to help Whitney in the first place, but now the spotlight is solely on him. 

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Could this prove to be Gray’s breaking point, taking down Chantelle in the process?

If Chantelle continues to refuse to forgive Gray, he could attack her once again, but this one could kill her. 

So what will happen to Whitney’s murder case if her solicitor is suddenly facing his own for killing his wife?

Mitch has had his suspicions over Gray and his treatment of Chantelle but got confused thinking Gray was having an affair. 


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However, as Gray and Mitch patched things up little did the father know, his daughter had sustained such a bad attack the next day she was unable to make her children lunch. 

With Mitch already on high alert, will he spot the increasing stress that Gray is feeling and get to his daughter on time?

Or will Chantelle finally be able to leave her abusive husband after months of terror?

If you or anyone you know has been affected by Chantelle’s storyline, please see BBC Eastender’s help and advice page here. 

EastEnders continues on BBC One on Monday at 8pm. 

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Piers Morgan savages Matt Hancock in coronavirus row: ‘Don’t insult my intelligence’

Piers Morgan, 54, was on hand to present today’s edition of Good Morning Britain alongside news anchor Charlotte Hawkins, 44, and resident health expert, Dr Hilary Jones, 66. Matt Hancock, 41, spoke with the presenters about the ongoing coronavirus outbreak hitting the UK and tried to give perspective on how the government was trying to prevent the spread. During the interview, however, the politician was left squirming as he clashed with the host on several occasions.

One of the main queries Morgan had was about whether Prime Minister Boris Johnson, 55, was going to “lockdown” the country as people continue to struggle with social distancing.

As the Health Secretary claimed the Government’s position had been the same all along, the host strongly disagreed.

Raging about the “herd immunity” plan which was suggested at the beginning of the outbreak before social distancing was implemented, the presenter claimed the politician was “insulting his intelligence”.

The host declared the stance had “dramatically changed” as he continued to cut off the politician who was trying to provide an answer.


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