CAIN Dingle returns from his trip next week in Emmerdale and fumes when he learns Belle is dating Jamie Tate.
Cain will push Belle out of the family after she stands by her decision to date a Tate.
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Viewers know that Kim made an enemy out of Cain when she discovered Nate’s alliance with Rhona last month.
Convinced that the farmhand was conspiring behind her back, Kim swore revenge and vowed to bankrupt Butlers – much to Cain’s dismay.
And next week’s episodes of Emmerdale will see Cain return from his trip and learn that Belle is back together with Jamie.
Belle struggles to hide her guilt as a furious Cain confronts Belle and demands an explanation as to why she’s dating a Tate.
Later, Jamie grows worried when he hears that Belle is helping Moira out at Butlers.
When Jamie urges her to stay away from Moira, Belle agrees to keep her distance if Jamie will convince Kim to send a client’s business to Butlers.
Later, Moira gets a phone call from the police informing her they’ve found a new witness to her hit-and-run.
Moira suffers a nasty flashback to the night of the hit-and-run and turns ashen as the reality of the incident comes flooding back, but she still can’t remember who was driving.
Later, Nate, who knows that Jamie is responsible for the hit and run, lashes out and smashes Jamie’s car wing.
When Belle defends Jamie in front of Cain, it’s clear she’s broken her family’s trust.
And when Jamie overhears Sam criticising him and fires him, Sam comes running to Belle for support but is shocked when she sides with Jamie.
Later, Belle arrives at the Dingle’s to pack up her stuff after confessing to Zak that she’s moving in with Jamie.
Will Nate tell Cain that Jamie is responsible for Moira’s injuries?
If so, what will that mean for Belle’s relationship with her family after siding with Jamie?
Emmerdale fans have predicted that Cain will murder Jamie once he realises he is responsible for Moira’s accident.
Could Jamie and Belle be in trouble?
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