Abi Franklin won't rest until she finds out who attacked Seb and Nina...
There is a development in the hate crime case when the police arrive to see Abi Franklin at No. 13.
The police tell Seb's mum that they have charged someone with his attack and it would seem the crime was triggered by Nina's appearance.
But as Kevin sees the police out, it is clear that Abi is mulling over what she has been told with mounting anger.
What will she do with this new-found information?
Laura makes her mark
Elsewhere, Laura visits Imran and Toyah to tell them that as soon as Kelly has been released by the police she is coming back to live with her.
Imran is fuming that Laura wants her daughter back, but what will Toyah make of the whole thing?
Elsewhere, Billy is worried when Summer doesn't turn up for school and soon panic sets in.
She is still feeling guilty over not preventing the attack on Seb and Nina... but will Summer be found safe?
Ronnie cooks up a plan
Also, Ed is off to see Aggie in a bid to give Grace and Michael some room to be a new family with their baby daughter Glory.
But as Ed goes to leave Ronnie makes some jokes. However Ed fails to see the funny side and things are still very frosty between the brothers.
Later Ronnie confides in Jenny about how he wants to show Ed how sorry he is for his past mistakes and that he needs her help.
Later Jenny invites Michael and Grace over to the pub for free drinks to wet the baby's head... but what is she cooking up with Ronnie?
Also, after finding out Daniel is training to be an English teacher, David suggests that he should tutor Sam.
But when Daniel arrives for their first lesson, he is in for a shock!
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