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    Quote Originally Posted by swmc66 View Post
    They need to be more responsible when its about the law.
    They may have put people off appealing!
    I doubt that, swmc, the whole storyline has so many holes compared to what would happen in reality.

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    Coronation Street is lining up another big storyline for Tim Metcalfe as he's set to suffer a horrifying heart attack.

    It's been a tough old year for Tim (Joe Duttine) after his wife Sally (Sally Dynevor) was wrongfully imprisoned (and later freed) after being set up for fraud, money laundering and bribery, as well as facing questions over her fidelity too.

    But it doesn't look like things are about to get any better for Tim, as Coronation Street has confirmed they're working with the British Heart Foundation on an upcoming storyline regarding Tim's health.

    Reports this weekend have stated that Tim Metcalfe will be left fighting for his life after suffering a health crisis, and the soap has confirmed to Digital Spy that they'll be exploring Tim's lifestyle choices as part of the storyline.

    "Our research team and writers have been working with the British Heart Foundation looking at Tim's lifestyle choices and how the benefits of healthy eating and regular exercise impact on his health," a Coronation Street spokesperson told us.

    Senior Cardiac Nurse at the British Heart Foundation, Philippa Hobson, added: "Every three minutes in the UK, someone is rushed to hospital having had a heart attack.

    "It's great to see Coronation Street raising awareness of this devastating condition, which affects so many people across the country.

    "Medical research has helped us make huge strides in saving the lives of people suffering heart attacks, keeping hearts beating and blood flowing. But the disease is far from beaten, and it's still essential for us all to be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of a heart attack in ourselves and those around us."

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    Poor Tim
    Last edited by Perdita; 17-02-2019 at 11:40.

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