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Max lies lifeless after letting himself into Daniel's flat in Corrie

Was he pushed? And what does this mean for Daniel's future?

After Lydia suggests that Daniel use the workshop to teach the boys about the history of feminism, he's pleasantly surprised when Max arrives. But after he suggests that the reason he turned up for the workshop was because of David, Max quizzes David about Daniel’s earlier comment.

With his unease evident, David realises he will have to tell Max what happened to him but he is furious with Daniel for putting him in this position.

In the shop, Dev places the keys to Daniel’s flat on the counter and while he’s distracted, Max swipes Daniel’s keys and lets himself into Daniel’s flat. As he sets about smashing the place up, he accidentally breaks a clay imprint of Sinead’s, Daniel’s and Bertie’s hands.

When Daniel returns home to discover his flat trashed, Max emerges from the bedroom and after noticing the broken clay imprint, shoves Max out of the door.

As he trips, Max tumbles down the stairs and Daniel stares at Max’s seemingly lifeless body and calls an ambulance. Will he be OK?

As David hurries over, the police question Daniel about Max’s fall and he lies, making out that Max fell. As Daniel comes out of his flat, an officer explains that he’s investigating what happened with Max.

Whilst Daniel maintains that Max tripped by accident, David accosts Daniel in the street and accuses him of lying. As Lydia intervenes, Daisy watches with concern and calls at the shop flat to check on Daniel. But when she admits she thinks he’s hiding something, Daniel gets defensive.

As Daniel and Daisy hurl insults at each other, Daisy admits she wants Daniel and they kiss, leaping apart as Lydia enters.

After summoning Daniel to the school, Mrs Crawshaw accepts that he didn't push Max and invites him to apply for a permanent post at the end of his placement, leaving David and Shona outraged.

Coronation Street continues Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 7.30pm and 8.30pm on ITV


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