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Emmerdale Aug 19 - 23

1 of 3 Declan watches as the festival site is ruined
Declan watches as the festival site is ruined
2 of 3 Cain despairs at Debbie's decision to get back with Cameron
Cain despairs at Debbie's decision to get back with Cameron
3 of 3 Rhona continues to hide her drug use from Paddy
Rhona continues to hide her drug use from Paddy

It's a dramatic week in the Dales for Declan when his festival site is dug up and a body is found. He's soon arrested and accused of murder, but little do the police know it was in fact Cameron who committed the crime. Cameron on the other hand unaware of the gruesome revelation swans off to Jersey with Debbie, who are now officially a couple once again, must to Cain's chagrin. You can imagine Cameron is not exactly over the moon when he hears the body is Alex's – who he killed – upon his return. While the police hone in on Declan, we wonder how long it will be before they link it to the real killer, Cameron.

Elsewhere as Rhona and Paddy's relationship continue to crumble, Vanessa pushes the pill-popping vet for an answer to her declaration of love. Rhona is reluctant to respond, but knows she needs to keep Vanessa sweet so that she will get her daily dose of pills. A distraught Paddy decides enough is enough this week and packs a bag and leaves – is this the end of their relationship?

And Nikhil makes a life-changing decision to leave the village with baby Molly and move to Canada. Unable to cope without his dead wife Jennie, he decides leaving is the best course of action. Brenda is shocked when she hears that Nikhil wants to leave with her granddaughter immediately - will she be able to come to terms with losing him and Molly to Toronto having just lost Gennie? And Nikhil’s final gift to Chas comes in the form of Gennie’s belongings taken from the car, the Dictaphone included...

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