Adam and Yasmin are left with the question - where do we go from here? Yasmin tells Adam that all she really wants is a baby, his baby. She doesn't want to adopt or to foster . . . Adam can see no other solution but to end their marriage, he says that this shouldn't have to be Yasmin's problem. She doesn't know what to do for the best. After Ben and Alex leave their party, the Williams' are left to debate what's best. Conrad still insists that this is Ben's home but Katie isn't so sure and tells her dad that if Ben is going to be that unhappy there then maybe it would be for the best that he doesn't come "home" . . . Before they can finish their conversation, the doorbell goes - it's Drew's boyfriend, Russ, with the news that he's been dumped! Katie and Ania listen to what he has to say and then Ania tells them both that they're probably better off without him. Meanwhile, the Williams lads are still arguing. Things get heated and Ben tells Alex exactly what he thinks - Alex is to blame for the whole thing - if only he'd stood up for himself! Alex looses it with his brother and when he leasts expects it lands a fist in his face! Ben takes it awfully well and seems pleased that his brother has at least learned a thing or two about looking after himself. Later, Ben decides to make a move back to the institute and Alex agrees to take him but while he lets the bonnet down, Ben climbs in the driver's seat. Alex reminds his brother that he doesn't have a license and also doesn't know how to drive but Ben points out that Alex can drive so how hard can it be? Alex reluctantly goes along . . . Graham dries at full speed away from Stanley Street and Denise begs him to stop and let her out, she tells him that she won't even report him. He tells her that he's not stupid and knows exactly what she's capable of. Before long, Graham stops by the roadside to think. Denise asks him what he's going to do next, he becomes frustrated with her when she just keeps on at him. He screams at her to shut up! In the silence, Denise decides to play with her mobile phone but Graham grabs it off her . . . Meanwhile, Mel returns to the flat with a police officer to find it empty. She gathers her things but can't find Denise anywhere. She decides to go and see if Denise is at the cafe. It doesn't take Les long to figure out what Graham did to Mel and it doesn't take her long to fill in the rest of the story. But there's still a little concern over Denise's whereabouts, especially when the investigating officer tells Mel that they've been unable to find Graham and arrest him yet! Back at the car, Denise questions Graham about the rape. She asks him why he wanted her to tell him that she loved him and asks if she's the first woman he's raped. He doesn't answer directly to either question. When he turns away from her, Denise sees her chance and quietly takes to phone - she calls Les and speaks to Graham. It doesn't take wither Graham or Les to see what's happening. Graham grabs the phone from a screaming Denise, throws it out the window and drives off. Meanwhile, Les is in fear of his wife's life . . . Alex begs Ben to stop the car and let him drive but Ben tells Alex that he should live a little! Apparently that means swerving all over the road and missing gear changes. At the same time, Denise begs Graham to stop and tries to pull the car over herself. He pushes her away but takes his eyes off the road while he tries to control Denise! As Graham's car comes over the brow of a hill they see an old banger swerving all over the road . . . Ben sees Graham car coming over the hill but can't stop in time. They crash! Graham's car comes to a standstill while Ben and Alex role off down the hill . . .moreless
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