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Emmerdale 29 July - August 2

1 of 3 Nicola stands her ground
Nicola stands her ground
2 of 3 Cain and Charity are really worried about Debbie
Cain and Charity are really worried about Debbie
3 of 3 Debbie is going to crack - it's only a matter of time
Debbie is going to crack - it's only a matter of time

As the Dingles face turmoil, Cameron decides that the only thing he can do is watch quietly from the sidelines and continue to persuade Debbie to stick to their story. However all of this pressure is taking its toll on their relationship.

Charity picks up pretty quickly that Debbie isn’t herself and tries to find out what’s going on in her own inimitable way. When that doesn’t exactly go to plan, she turns to Cain to see if he, as Debbie’s dad, can weave his magic to get to the bottom of things.

Just when he thinks everything is going to plan, he sneaks off to see Debbie and Charity and Cain walk in and catch them in an embrace. Will be interesting to see how they explain their way out of this one. 

Plus, Cameron goes into a real panic when Debbie says that she wants to come clean about the whole thing. As the week goes on, Debbie is desperate for the truth to be revealed and vows to tell Chas what’s going on behind her back. However she also has to face more questions from the police. She is going to crack under all of this pressure, it’s only a matter of time.

Meanwhile Rhona agrees to go for a drink with a very happy Vanessa, but then secretly goes behind her back - desperate for an extra fix. She then sets up a meeting with her dealer and is in a right state when he turns up empty handed. In fact she’s so desperate that she says she will take whatever he has, no matter what it is. Scary stuff.

Elsewhere, Nicola is pretty clear when she tells Steve to stop annoying her however he is not getting the message, appearing to enjoy what he sees as 'the chase'. The penny begins to drop when she threatens to tell Jimmy.

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