Corrie spoilers: Roy stands up to extreme hate, horror kidnap, is Hope a killer?

Hate is not welcome in Coronation Street, as the myth and legend that is Roy Cropper (David Nielson) soon makes clear when a far right extremist group leads a meeting of dangerous intolerance.

As Max Turner (Paddy Bever) continues to be groomed into the dark world, concerns grow for him as the community stands up against it.

Meanwhile, the ghosts of John Stape continue to haunt Weatherfield, as Hope (Isabella Flanagan) begins to feel she has a lot in common with her killer dad.

And elsewhere, Stu Carpenter (Bill Fellows) has a decision to make – and so does Yasmeen Nazir (Shelley King) as a result.

Monday November 14

Alya shares her suspicions about Griff with Yasmeen. Toyah tells them about the racist gig. Toyah confides in Spider that she’s convinced Griff is a racist. Max drops some of the leaflets he has made off at Roy’s.

Spider admires Max’s flyers and suggests he shouldn’t be wasting his talents on the likes of Griff. Is Spider putting himself at risk?

Bernie suggests to Howard and Dev they throw a party to celebrate the fake lottery win and post pictures online to reel Fern in. In the bistro, Howard, Gemma, Paul and Bernie stage a lottery winner’s party.

Howard calls at No.5 and shares the good news that Fern has been in touch and wants to meet him in Freshco’s car park. As Bernie waits at the bus stop, a van pulls up, a bloke jumps out, throws a bag over her head and bundles her into the back of his van.  Bernie screams, how much danger is she in? 

In the café, Adam congratulates Dee-Dee on clearing Stu’s name and offers her a job at the solicitors. Dee-Dee accepts, depending on the salary. In the restaurant, Stu blames himself for the vandalism and tells Yasmeen it’s even more reason he should find somewhere else to live.

Dee-Dee suggests to Alya that she’d happily take her on as her legal secretary and train her up, what will Alya decide? Yasmeen admits to Stu that she still has feelings for him and if he were to share her bedroom, there would be a spare room for Eliza. 

Debbie tells Ronnie that she’s only had two offers on her hotels. Ronnie suggests to Debbie she should sell her share of the bistro to avoid bankruptcy. Debbie tells Nick that she’s selling her share of the bistro and he’s got a week to make her an offer.

In the school corridor, Hope announces that she’ll be doing a reading and signing autographs for £1 per head. In the café, Hope shows Sam a copy of the John Stape book and tells him it’s made her realise how much she has in common with her Dad.

Wednesday November 16

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Expecting a meeting about the environment, Brian, Roy, Gary and Maria join the audience in the community centre.  But as Griff begins his address, his true agenda becomes clear. Griff is gobsmacked when Roy picks apart his argument by pointing out numerous factual errors in his speech. 

As the crowd begins to applaud Roy, Griff realises he’s lost their support. In the cafe, Maria, Gary, Roy, Toyah and Brian decide the community centre would be a perfect place to offer help and advice to refugees. 

David reads Max the riot act for skipping school to mix with Griff and demands it stops now. Max slams out of the house. At Griff’s flat, Max shows his film of the meeting. 

Howard calls at No.5. But when he states the value of the stolen jewellery, Gemma’s ears prick up. Gemma declares that only the thief would know the loot’s value, is she on to something?  

Yasmeen helps a jittery Stu to prepare No.6 for a visit from Eliza’s social worker. Stu and Yasmeen are delighted when the social worker approves No.6 as Eliza’s new home and confirms she can move in immediately.

Eliza moves into No.6.  Stu’s anxious to make a favourable impression. When Eliza asks after her mum, Stu suggests they could visit her together.  

Nick and Leanne examine their finances and realise they can only make Debbie a low offer for her half of the bistro, and they doubt she’ll accept it. Debbie admits to Ronnie that Nick and Leanne’s poxy offer is all that stands between her and bankruptcy. Ronnie offers to make a call on her behalf and Debbie’s intrigued.

Friday November 18

Toyah suggests to Spider that they start saving for a flat together but questions him about his friendship and work with Griff. 

Roy and Brian watch Max’s film online and are outraged.  They warn David that Max needs protection from Griff. David insists on meeting Max’s new mates and Max and Lauren arrive at Griff’s flat with David in tow, how will David react to Griff? 

Ronnie asks a broker mate to hunt for a fair offer for Debbie’s half of the bistro. Debbie informs Nick that Ronnie’s broker reckons selling half a business is tricky, and encourages him and Leanne to consider selling their share too. Leanne drops the bombshell on Nick that Harvey has agreed to see Sam in prison.

While Eliza prepares for their prison visit, Yasmeen’s quick to reassure a fretting Stu that he’s doing fine. Yasmeen’s delighted to hear that Dee-Dee has offered Alya an exciting new job and urges her to seize the opportunity.

Eliza’s subdued after visiting her mum. Yasmeen assures Stu he’s doing a wonderful job and Eliza’s lucky to have him.  

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