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Angry parents confront Lucas

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Angry parents confront Lucas
Aired Thursday, Dec 11 2008 at 19:30 GMT on BBC One

At Pat's house, the family struggles to deal with the aftermath of the events of last night. Ian stands outside and suggests that history's repeating itself, but Ricky's disgusted by his comments. Outside, Ian tells Masood that Bianca has a fling with her mother's boyfriend. However, Ricky shuts the pair of them up when he tells them that the abuse with Whitney began when she was 12. Inside, Pat's fuming with Ricky for telling the neighbours about what's happened. With Bianca refusing to talk to anyone, Ricky lets Pat know that the police have called - they're sending someone round with a social worker. Pat, meanwhile, feels helpless when Whitney refuses to talk to her, too. After speaking with Pat, Bianca eventually starts talking and asks after Whitney.

Ricky reveals that he walked in on Tony being forceful with Whitney the other week, prompting Bianca to further question how this could happen under her own roof. Bianca reprimands Ricky and suggests that he should have told her about what he saw. When Ricky tries to talk to Whitney about last night, he's shocked by her harsh reaction. Two plain-clothed police offers and social worker turn up at the house. The police attempt to talk with Bianca as, although Tony's in custody, he's refusing to talk. As she worries about the other kids, it soon dawns on her that Tony was never interested in her in the first place - it was always Whitney.

Bianca tries to convince Whitney to talk to the police about what happened, otherwise they won't be able to charge him. However, Whitney swears that she'll never discuss the situation with anyone.

Elsewhere, Lauren opens up to Jane about Tony and worries that she could have been his next victim; the residents of the Square are furious that Lucas hired Tony at the community centre; after finding the community centre window smashed in, Lucas is confronted by an angry mob of locals - they want the community centre closed down. Get the Inside Soap magazine on your iPhone or iPad

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