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Is the Websters' marriage finally over? Egged on by lover Greg, Sally refuses Kevin a share of her pounds 50,000 inheritance. Then when Kevin, desperate for a loan so that he can buy Natalie's share of the garage, goes to the bank to remortgage their house, she refuses to go along with the deal. Kevin storms out in a temper, believing he is teaching Sally a lesson, though with Greg in the background she couldn't be happier. But - surprise, surprise - soon Greg is suggesting that he and Sally set up their own clothing business, with her cash, of course... Over at the Rovers, Vera and Alec fall out again over cash, but this time their dispute threatens to destroy their working relationship for good.

EMMERDALE

The course of true love is not running at all smoothly (does it ever?) in Emmerdale. Lady Tara is desperate to rekindle her affair with Biff - which broke down last week when she decided to evict his friends, including Seth and the Dingle clan - from the estate. When Biff refuses to have anything to do with her, she turns to old friend Lord Michael Thornfield for consolation and is shocked by his marriage proposal. Tears are bound to flow as she has to decide between the two men in her life. Meanwhile, Paddy is on the receiving end of Mandy Dingle's anger when she discovers he has enough money tucked away in the bank to save her family home.

EASTENDERS

Expect fireworks in Albert Square as Tiffany returns to the Queen Vic. Will she figure out what husband Grant is up to with her mother? And will Beppe take her mind off things? Meanwhile, the DiMarco family's world is turned upside down by mother Rosa and George Palmer. Their shared secret - that George is the father of Rosa's second son, Gianni - finally comes out. Cue more fireworks. Frank and Peggy's relationship is already on the rocks when Phil intervenes on behalf of his old Mum. No wonder Frank always looks worried - would you go out with any woman related to a Mitchell?

BROOKSIDE

Mick Johnson's romance with sexy newcomer Pauline Robson is hotting things up on the Close - but events are about to get even steamier when some fatherly advice that Mick doles out to Pauline's daughter Andrea turns into something far less innocent. As the pair kiss, the chemistry between them is obvious, but how long before the love triangle becomes general knowledge? Elsewhere, Jacqui's secret surrogacy agreement is threatened now that Susannah Farnham is expecting a baby. And when Mike figures out that Max is the father of her child, Jacqui is at her most vulnerable. Meanwhile, not satisfied with his hit and run attempt, Tinhead's vendetta against Sinbad continues.
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Title Annotation:Features
Author:Quinn, Thomas
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 22, 1998
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