EastEnders spoilers: Phil Mitchell shot as he tries to save son Ben – will he survive?

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Upcoming scenes will see Phil (played by Steve McFadden) tell Ben (Max Bowden) that he should sit out the job as his lack of hearing could have disastrous consequences. However when he spots the EastEnders hardman in danger, Ben decides he can’t look the other way and jumps into action. But his rescue doesn’t work out as planned as Ben finds himself in perilous danger, which may lead to his dad’s death.

When the day of Ben and Phil’s job arrives, the young Mitchell is distracted when he spots Lola Pearce (Danielle Harold) talking to Peter Beale (Dayle Hudson).

Watching the pair together, Ben doesn’t take notice of his surroundings and he nearly gets hit by a car.

Suspicious about what they were talking about, Ben rushes over to question Lola but his pal Jay Brown (Jamie Borthwick) steps in to defend his partner.

Returning home, Ben and Phil go through their plan for the job but when the young Mitchell struggles to hear, his father gets frustrated.

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Wanting to impress his dad and make it clear he is serious about getting the job for Danny done well, Ben presents a gun.

Furious over his son’s actions, which could put them both in danger, Phil snaps and tells Ben he can’t help anymore.

Ben storms off and decides to take his attention of his father’s frustration by working out what Lola is hiding.

However, he doesn’t get the chance as Jay confronts his friends and snaps at Ben for upsetting her earlier in the Square.

Ben is shocked to hear from Jay that Lola had an abortion and blamed him for doing so.

Horrified by her accusations, Ben heads to the salon and drags Lola out into the street and demands to know why she blamed him.

Lola eventually admits she slept with Peter and ended up pregnant as a result of their one-night stand and didn’t want Jay to find out.

Ben lashes out at Lola for betraying his best friend before heading to the Prince Albert where he gets drunk.

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Wanting to take his anger out on Peter, he searches for him in the Square but he’s stopped when he spots a van following Danny and Phil on the way to their job.

Worried his father could be in trouble, Ben decides to take Gray Atkins’ (Toby-Alexander Smith) car from the Arches garage and follow them.

After changing the number plate, he rushes to the warehouse to alert his father.

When he arrives, the job is well underway but the situation spirals out of control when someone pulls a gun on Ben and he makes a horrifying discovery.

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When Phil realises his son is in trouble, he will no doubt lose control and do what he can to sae him.

The future Queen Vic landlord didn’t want his son near the job as he felt he’d get into trouble due to his hearing loss and he’ll devastated to find he could be killed.

After recently losing Denny Rickman (Bleu Landau), Phil will no doubt stop at nothing to save his first-born.

Could he end up being shot as he rushes to save Ben from being killed?

EastEnders airs Monday at 8pm and Tuesday at 7.30pm on BBC One.

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Kray Twins: Criminal’s bond with pop star over ‘identity struggle’ exposed

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The Kray Twins became infamous and feared due to their dreadful deeds in the criminal underworld – with the brothers linked to murder, armed robbery, arson and other illegal activities. They also owned an edgy West End nightclub in London, which allowed them to mingle with stars including Frank Sinatra and Judy Garland. Their exploits resurfaced in the 2015 biopic ‘Legend’ starring Tom Hardy as both Ronnie and Reggie Kray. The gangsters were sentenced to life imprisonment for their nefarious acts in 1969. Ronnie died from a heart attack in 1995 and five years later Reggie passed away from bladder cancer, nearly nine weeks after he was released from prison on “compassionate grounds”. During the lengthy stint in prison, an unusual friendship developed between Reggie Kray and Eighties pop star Matt Goss. During an interview he disclosed how they bonded and the interesting conversations he used to have with the man considered among Britain’s most monstrous criminals.

Matt Goss was one half of the band ‘Bros’ and rose to fame during the late Eighties with hits including ‘When Will I Be Famous’ and ‘I Owe You Nothing’.

The singing duo, who were twins, had a large teenage fan base before they split-up in 1992 and were believed to have sold more than 16 million records worldwide.

In a recent interview from his Las Vegas home, Matt explained how he was coping with the coronavirus lockdown and stated his French Bulldog ‘Reggie’ had helped him stay sane. 

Matt revealed that he had named his canine companion after the legendary London gangster and described him as one of his “oldest mates”, while talking to FUBAR Radio.

He said: “We used to speak a lot, Reggie used to call me from prison, or as he would say ‘calling from Her Majesty’s and he used to read poetry and we used to chat.

“It was an incredible friendship we started to build, so that’s why I named him after Reggie.”

Matt revealed details about the unlikely pairing while promoting his NHS single ‘If I Ain’t Got You’ – a cover of the 2003 Alice Keys hit – which he described as a “baby making” track.

The singer was at a sushi restaurant when he received an unexpected call from Reggie Kray, a memory which he remembered as “strange” and something he will “never forget”.

He said: “He was like ‘It’s Reggie. Reggie Kray’. I’m like ‘Hello, how are you doing Reggie?’ and it was just one of those moments!

“He read my book and he was a very interesting man and full of things that he wanted to do. 

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“Remember, he did serve 30 years. He did his time and he wanted to be a clothing designer… he sent me sketches of the designs.”

Matt claimed to have visited “Her Majesty’s” to see Reggie and believed the pair bonded over the struggles of having a twin brother. 

The singer added: “He understood the dynamic of being a twin, and he understood the dynamic of wanting your own identity, I think that’s where it came from really.

“When you’re a twin you possibly overcompensate for your own identity because people think if you break your wrist your brother’s going to break his wrist. 

“People think you are literally the same person sometimes, but that’s not the case.”

Matt described him as a “very, very nice man” and thought so much of the criminal that he named his dog after the gangster.

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Shop opening hours: Are shops open TODAY? May bank holiday shopping guide

Shop opening hours have changed due to COVID-19 lockdown measures, as the Government has forced several workplaces to close. Those which remain open have reduced their timetables to prevent any significant circulation of COVID-19.

Which shops are open on the May bank holiday?

Only certain shops were allowed to remain open during the stricter Government guidelines issued in March.

Under those, supermarkets, pharmacies and other “essential” stores have continued to operate, while other retailers where people might usually gather have shut.

As the second May bank holiday approaches, some have begun to open once more.

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Retailers

  • Homebase
  • B&Q
  • Wickes
  • Timpson (from supermarkets only)
  • B&Q
  • Next
  • Dunelm
  • Furniture Village
  • Matalan
  • All garden centres (England only)

Restaurants and cafes

  • Costa (select locations – takeaway and delivery only)
  • Pret (takeaway and delivery only)
  • Nando’s (select locations – delivery only)
  • McDonald’s (select locations – delivery or drive-thru only)
  • Burger King (select locations – delivery or drive-thru only)
  • KFC (select locations – delivery or drive-thru only)
  • Leon (select locations)

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The following shop categories have also remained open, but may vary by location:

  • Banks
  • Bicycle shops
  • Car rentals
  • DIY stores
  • Dry cleaners
  • Garages
  • Health shops
  • Laundrettes
  • Markets for food and groceries
  • Newsagents
  • Off-licences
  • Pet shops and vets
  • Petrol stations
  • Pharmacies
  • Post Offices
  • Supermarkets

Currently, Government plans mean certain shops have to remain closed until at least stage two of official plans.

The second stage comes into effect from June 1 and will see schools open alongside some other non-essential shops such as clothing retailers with Moss Bros and Marks and Spencer.

Most of the hospitality industry, including hotels, places of worship, cinemas and libraries will remain shut until July 4 – phase three of the Government’s plan.

During the final phase, pubs and other restaurants should also partially reopen, but those which can’t enforce social distancing may need to stay closed.

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Britain’s Got Talent fans uncover winner before live shows return – who is it?

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Britain’s Got Talent is still in the audition phase (pre-recorded of course!) and once again, it’s been a memorable one. From drumming grannies to NHS angels, fans have certainly been impressed with the level of talent the nation has to offer.

And while the live shows have been postponed until later in the her due to the on-going coronavirus pandemic, it’s given fans some time to think who will be walking away victorious this year.

One act who received an overwhelming response from the audience and viewers watching at home, was 14-year-old Sirine Jahangir.

Sirine, who lost her sight at the age of 10, won the hearts of the nation on May 16, as she performed an emotional rendition of Salvation by Gabrielle Aplin.

Greeting the judges and live audience, she said: “I guess it’s pretty obvious that I can’t see – there was a time that I could, and now I can’t, but I guess music is my vision.

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“It’s just what I live by and music is my thing.”

She stunned everyone with her powerful voice, and it was no surprise that she received four big yes’ from show boss Simon Cowell and fellow panellists Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams, and a standing ovation from everyone in the concert hall.

And it wasn’t long until viewers sat at home took to Twitter to share their thoughts.

“Fair to say I got emotional watching Sirine, what a voice #BGT #SirineJahangir,” one fan sobbed.

Another branded her: “This year’s winner #bgt #britainsgottalent.”

“How scary that must have been for Sirine Jahangir. Such a beautiful inspirational performance. #BGT,” a third applauded her bravery.

A fourth cheered: “Sirine Jahangir is what we need more of on @BGT! A real talent with a story to tell, but she chose not to and just show her talent for what it is!!”

“I’d love to see her win tbh Red heart #SirineJahangir #BGT #BritainsGotTalent,” a fifth hoped.

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But with so many hopefuls through to the next stage of the competition, only one will be crowned the winner.

With plenty of productions up in the air due to lockdown, it left many fans worried that those who made it past the auditions would have to wait until 2021 before they could perform again.

However, judge Amanda has some good news for BGT viewers, as she has confirmed that the live shows will return later this year.

The 49-year-old has said that then show will still go live despite originally being postponed.

She claimed ITV bosses asked her to keep “early autumn” free in her schedule, as they hope they can resume filming.

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And that light at the end of the tunnel looks. Little brighter, after Prime Minister Boris Johnson took active steps to slowly but surely ease the lockdown in a three-step recovery plan.

Speaking to HuffPost UK, Amanda said: “All of the main judges have been given a date to hold in early autumn to see if it works live.

“But we would never do it without an audience because we’ve always said the British public is the fifth judge.

“So we can’t do it without them – it would be no fun without them! We’ll see what happens, but we are planning to do it this year.”

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‘Get a grip!’ Gordon Brown slams Boris in furious GMB rant – demands PM address Commons

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Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown took aim at Boris Johnson over testing during the coronavirus pandemic. While on Good Morning Britain with Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, Mr Brown demanded the Prime Minister explain why the Government relaxed coronavirus testing at the beginning of the crisis. GMB host Piers Morgan also took issue with the Government’s record on testing for coronavirus.

Mr Brown said: “He has got to get a grip on the testing and he has got to get a grip on what is going to happen to the economy.”

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Killing Eve season 3 boss teases dead character’s return: ‘I can never confirm’

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BBC America’s epic, Killing Eve, tells the story of MI6 agent Eve Polastri (played by Sandra Oh), who is tasked with bringing down a group of assassins which includes the glamorous Villanelle (Jodie Comer). Eve soon became fascinated with her target and let it affect her whole life, including her relationship with long-suffering husband Niko (Owen McDonnell). Now showrunner Sally Woodward Gentle has given fans an update on whether he could make a comeback after he appeared to meet a grisly end. 

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Season two ended with Eve’s fate unknown after it looked as though she had been killed by Villanelle at the height of her killing spree.

One key plot of the second series was Eve’s dwindling relationship with her husband Niko, who started a new romance behind her back. 

Niko conducted an affair with his colleague Gemma (Emma Pierson) but the latter was suffocated by Villanelle after Eve discovered what was going on.

Season three begun with Niko in a psychiatric hospital after struggling to cope with the trauma of the events of the previous season. 

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He gradually started to recover and decided to return to his native Poland for a quieter life, leaving Eve behind.

Eve was left distraught by the news after he failed to tell her and was desperate to try and work through things. 

Episode four – Still Got It – saw Eve travel to Niko’s hometown where he was now working as a baker, to talk at long last.

However, upon her arrival, she was greeted with Niko being stabbed with a pitchfork in a brutal murder plot. 

Viewers haven’t seen Eve on-screen since the shocking scenes but now showrunner Sally Woodward Gentle has spoken out on his character’s fate.

Asked by Entertainment Weekly about whether it really was curtains for Niko, she teased: “I can never confirm, one way or another, whether a character is dead or not.”

She also refused to reveal whether fans would see him again in the series in any form – including flashbacks – adding: “I’m not saying.”

The fifth episode of the dark tale saw a slightly different outlook as Villanelle showed a more human side to her character.

She went to visit her family in Russia after Konstantin (Kim Bodnia) revealed their location upon discovering new information.

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Villanelle even made a rare display of emotion after the act of revisiting her past clearly affected her on-screen but how will it change things moving forward?

Viewers still haven’t had an update from Eve over Niko’s fate since due to the newest instalment which saw the assassin take centre stage.

However, with season four already confirmed, could there be a surprise return for Niko in a huge twist?

Sally also explained the decision for the dramatic Niko scenes, admitting: “Poor Niko has had it coming for a very long time, and he’s dodged the bullet. Eve has actually been quite vile to him for years. He’s been desperately abused by her. 

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“She has gaslit him several times. When he found his lovely teacher to hang out with, I think we all hoped that maybe Niko would be happy. 

“There’s always been a sense that actually Niko and Eve do really, really love each other, but have got to that point in their relationship where they know they can never get back to how it was before. 

“So at some point, Niko probably had to get it. And it’s far better to do something dramatic with him than it is for him to just file for divorce,” Sally noted.

Will Niko be back on screens again in the future or has he really met his maker in Dasha? 

Killing Eve can be streamed on BBC iPlayer now with new episodes dropping every Monday at 6am.

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Phillip Schofield: TV star’s comedy clashes with Danny Dyer on British soap awards exposed

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Phillip Schofield has been the face of many beloved television shows during a career that has spanned more than three decades. He would have been due to front the British Soap Awards next month, but the ceremony was canned amid coronavirus fears. Instead, the ITV star will narrate a programme honouring highlights from the show’s 21 years on air. During that time, Phillip has become embroiled in a series of onscreen dramas of his own, since he started to host the soapstar celebration in 2006. Some of the most notable were with Danny Dyer, who plays Mick Carter on ‘EastEnders’, when a series of cheeky quips didn’t appear to land well. The comedic confrontations continued for two consecutive years and likely would have reemerged for a third round this year had the event not have been cancelled. 

The first of Phillip Schofield and Danny Dyer’s on-air clashes began when the ‘This Morning’ star walked through the stalls of celebrities lining the Hackney Empire theatre in 2018.  

Much to the amusement of the British Soap Awards audience, both in the venue and at home, the host appeared disheveled from the quick-fire exchange. 

After catching the eye of Danny who he jokingly quipped “alright mate?” to, the ‘EastEnders’ actor yelled: “What you wanna make one with me?”

As the pair played-up onscreen, Phillip appeared to back down with the comment “just checking you’re alright”.

After Danny asked the same question back to him, Phillip replied: “[You’re] scaring the life out of me actually.”

The star cringed as he carried on with his presenting duties and was mid-way through announcing the next segment when Danny stood up to go face-to-face with his adversary. 

In response, Phillip yelled: “You leave it, you back off… Sit down, I’m in charge here mate.” 

Chuckling after his last comment, the star tapped Danny on the shoulder as he went onto the next award. 

The following year another amusing altercation would begin after Phillip made a joke about the star’s pubic hair.

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In a reference to ‘Trim Up North’, the fictional salon in ‘Coronation Street’, he made a cheeky quip to rival soap actor Danny – and he did not seem amused.

Phillip said: “We have also been joined by Danny Dyer who I have been told is a big fan of the trim down south.”

The ‘EastEnders’ star seemed shocked by the joke and pulled a stony-facial expression in response.

As laughter filled the Lowry Theatre, in Manchester, Phillip prodded: “True Danny?”

The actor was mocked online for his serious response to the joke, with multiple Twitter users calling him a “miserable sod”.

One person tweeted: “Danny did not look best pleased with that joke.”

Another added: “Don’t think Danny Dyer found @Schofe very funny on the @SoapAwards #SoapAwards #soapawards2019 the look of disgust on his face!! Priceless.”

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EastEnders spoilers: Phil Mitchell ‘takes revenge’ after Kathy Beale betrayal

Danny Hardcastle (played by Paul Usher) offered Phil Mitchell (Steve McFadden) a job this week on EastEnders to help him secure the money for the Queen Vic after deciding to buy it, but when he mocked Ben Mitchell (Max Bowden) Phil was forced to make other plans. As Phil and Ben to work together to get the money, Kathy Beale (Gillian Taylforth) will put a spanner in the works jeopardising Phil’s future on the BBC soap.

Danny turned up in Walford earlier this week after overhearing Phil tell Mick (Danny Dyer) and Linda Carter (Kellie Bright) he needed more money to be able to buy the pub off them and Danny mentioned he had a job for Phil to earn extra cash.  

Phil was all ears until Danny mocked Ben’s hearing loss, and the minute the father heard his son being made fun of, he called off the deal. 

Still needing to raise extra funds, Phil turned to Ben to see if he could help him out – viewers know what a criminal duo the pair once was and could be again. 

But, when Phil finds out Ben’s operation to help restore his hearing loss – which was a result of the Thames boat crash – was rescheduled, he realises Ben needs him to be a father and not a businessman. 

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Understandably frustrated and defeated, images show the two men having a heart to heart, and it seems they are coming up with a plan together. 

Official spoilers have shown Kathy walk in on the two men and she is instantly suspicious that something is going on. 

It seems Phil will be left torn on whether he should let Ben help with the job Danny mentioned and airs his concerns with Kathy. 

She, in turn, discusses the effect it may have on Ben, suggesting he is not ready and this will cause Phil to quickly play down the situation. 

Unsure whether she has convinced Phil to leave Ben out of the job for the time being, Kathy will probably keep a closer eye on him. 

But in doing so, it seems she could risk the job entirely. 

Should she find out Phil’s venture is to buy the Queen Vic, will she interfere and stop him? 

This isn’t the only problem Phil is going to have to deal with in upcoming weeks either. 

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Alternative spoilers have revealed how Phil gets in contact with his ex – Sharon Mitchell (Letitia Dean). 

EastEnders fans will remember the almighty showdown the pair had on Christmas Day when he found out about her cheating on him nad carrying someone else’s baby. 

Ever since then, Phil has banished Sharon from his life, but it seems following the death of her son Dennis Rickman (Bleu Landau), his heart has thawed a little for her. 

After speaking to her one the phone, Phil spots graffiti on Denny’s memorial bench. 

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As he goes to fix it, those watching at home will see Danny will show up and it seems Danny has forgotten all about Phil’s little outburst. 

Will he offer Phil the same deal again? Or this time has his terms changed? 

Perhaps it is best if Phil doesn’t recruit Ben for this deal, after all, no one has seen Phil and Danny go head to head before 

EastEnders airs on BBC One Mondays at 8pm and Tuesdays at 7.30pm.

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Peaky Blinders season 6 set for major changes as Tommy Shelby series returns to filming

Peaky Blinders announced to fans they had postponed production of season six on March 16 in light of the developing coronavirus crisis. However, following Boris Johnson’s update on plans to ease lockdown, the BBC series has been given the green light to return to filming.

New guidelines for filming state: “All workers who cannot work from home should travel to work if their workplace is open.”

For Tommy Shelby actor Cillian Murphy and Aunt Polly star Helen McCrory, they will have to “maintain a two-metre distance from others, and wash their hands regularly.”

Updating viewers on how the series will go ahead with filming, The Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport told Screen Daily: “The government is working closely with the screen sector to understand how different types of productions can comply with social distancing guidelines, and give confidence to people in the TV and film industries that there are safe ways in which they can return to work.”

Peaky Blinders will be thrilled to hear production has been given the go ahead as they are keen to find out what is in store for Tommy next.

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Tommy was last seen standing in a field outside his home holding a gun to his head as his dead wife Grace (Annabelle Wallis) called out to him.

She begged him to join her as it looked as though he had lost everything with his plan to assassinate Oswald Mosley (Sam Clafin).

Tommy had appeared to be on board with Mosley’s plans for the country but was secretly planning on taking him down.

Unfortunately his plan to shoot Mosley was exposed in the season five finale and Tommy feared he would be killed next.

It’s not yet known if Tommy pulled the trigger but it is highly unlikely he has taken his own life.

Tommy wouldn’t want to leave his two young children behind but will no doubt want to continue his campaign against Mosley.

A first-look from season six was recently revealed on Twitter showing the Garrison pub looking rather different.

The change of decor in the Garrison hints someone other than Tommy may have control over Birmingham.

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The character most likely to have taken the pub from Tommy is his cousin Michael Gray (Finn Cole).

Michael and his wife Gina (Anya Taylor joy) returned from New York with big ideas on how to take the family business forward.

But Tommy didn’t trust his cousin and told him to leave and head back to New York to take care of operations there.

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Director Anthony Byrne shared the snap of the Garrison on his Instagram page and with the new series taking place after a significant time jump, if Michael is in control, he’s certainly shaken things up a bit.

Sharing details of the set change, Anthony explained: “Here is a sneak peek at the new Garrison pub. I want to point out that it was almost finished and is lit in these images by work lights and not by our amazing cinematographer, Mathieu Plainfosse.

“This is the back bar of the Garrison Pub.”

Fans will just have to await further updates on when they can find out of Michael did betray Tommy and who is in charge now.

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Emmerdale spoilers: DI Malone embroiled in ‘romance’ with Wendy in Harriet jealously twist

DI Malone (played by Mark Womack) turned up in Emmerdale earlier this year and has been causing trouble for Will Taylor (Dean Andrews), Cain Dingle (Jeff Hordley) and Billy Fletcher (Jay Kontzle) ever since. The dodgy detective has been forcing the trio to carry out his ‘jobs’ and threatening to arrest them if they didn’t comply. Former undercover cop Harriet Finch (Katherine Dow Blyton) tried to warn Malone off but instead, the detective will make things very uncomfortable for the vicar and could strike up a romance with Wendy Posner (Susan Cookson).

Before arriving in the village, Harriet gathered evidence against Will while pretending to be his girlfriend but the couple has since reunited now the ex-con is trying to change his life around.

In recent ITV scenes, Harriet realised something wasn’t right with Will and contacted Malone for help but viewers suspected the pair had been more than just colleagues. 

Pulling the wool over her eyes, Malone told her he wasn’t aware Will was involved with any illegal activity and would keep her to date.

Meanwhile, Malone ordered Will to transport a huge drug shipment while setting Cain and Billy up as a distraction. 

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When Will realised what the detective had done, he warned the others and was beaten up by Malone’s henchmen.

Harriet finally discovered the truth and threatened to expose Malone if he didn’t leave her family and the village alone. 

The detective agreed but a spoiler clip for Friday’s instalment shows him deliberately making the vicar feel uncomfortable. 

Malone turns up at choir practise at the church and makes it clear he won’t be bullied by Harriet into disappearing. 

The clip begins with Vinny Dingle (Bradley Johnson) practising his solo for the choir before the rest of the group congratulate him on his impressive voice. 

Malone slips in at the back of the church leaving Harriet horrified but unable to make him leave. 

“Oh you can join if you like, we’re on the hunt for a bass,” Laurel Thomas (Charlotte Bellamy) remarks. 

“No, I’m tone-deaf,” Malone replies. “I just come here sometimes on my lunch just to think, I’m sorry to intrude.”

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But Wendy steps in and says: “No, you’re not intruding love,” before Nicola King (Nicola Wheeler) adds” Absolutely not.”

“I’m afraid you won’t get much thinking done here with this racket so you might want to make yourself scarce,” Harriet interjects.

“I’d rather stay if you don’t mind?” Malone asks.

“Well he’s not hurting anyone, is he?” Wendy adds while Harriet looks on uncomfortably. 

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“Right, well time’s ticking so let’s try it again from the beginning,” the vicar remarks. 

Wendy’s eagerness to see Malone stay while the choir practices could be a sign she’s interested in the detective.

Malone is a fan of playing mind games and exerting control over others so he may realise a romance with Wendy could have the double effect of making Harriet jealous and uncomfortable. 

Will the pair strike up a romance or will Harriet be able to convince Malone to leave the village for good? 

Emmerdale continues Wednesday on ITV at 7pm.

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