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Ellen Markwardt

Coronation Street spoilers: Bernie Winter sent to PRISON!

Bernie Winter pleads with the judge to be lienient.

Bernie Winter has her day in court in tonight’s episode of Coronation Street at 8.00pm. See our TV Guide for full listings.

Bernie Winter breaks the news to Paul and Gemma that she’s up in court for handling stolen goods and on Joel’s advice, she pleads guilty. Paul, Gemma and Billy reel in shock as the Judge states that given her record, they have no other option but to impose a custodial sentence. Paul’s devastated and begs the judge to reconsider, telling her about his MND and how he needs his mum. Will it work?

When Asha reveals she’s meeting Isla, Nina reminds her they’re meant to be spending the day together. Amy and Asha discuss the anti-spiking demo that’s due to take place in town and Nina’s put out that Asha never mentioned it to her. 

As Asha and Nina enjoy drinks at the Chariot Square, Asha is horrified to see Courtney and Darren together and leaps to her feet, accusing Courtney of cheating on Aadi. When Nina explains that Aadi and Courtney split two weeks ago, Asha’s outraged that she kept it from her. 

Amy bumps into Kate in the café and, recognising her from the drop-in session, invites her back to No.1 for a chat. Pushing her coursework to one side, she assures Kate she’d like to help.

Amy chooses action over education. (Image credit: ITV)

Billy and Paul are loved up after a night of passion. But how long will their good mood last?

David and Max are taken as Audrey insists it’s time she returned to work. 

Coronation Street continues on Wednesday at 8pm.

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