Coronation Street Gareth Pierce Todd Grimshaw. Last week on Corrie, Will (Ben Hackett)

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Coronation Street star Gareth Pierce has said that in his opinion, Todd Grimshaw is ‘redeemable’ even as his lies come to light.

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Last week on Corrie, Will (Ben Hackett) secretly recorded Todd confessing to his involvement in the heat pump theft, despite Todd letting Paul (Peter Ash) take the fall for it.

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‘I think that if you’re playing a character, especially for a length of time, then there’s no good really seeing them as a baddie. I think you have to be able to get on the inside and view them with some compassion,’ the actor said.

Gareth added that from his perspective, when it comes to Todd, there’s a sense of ‘sadness’ over ‘what he lost when he left last time’.

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Date: 2021-07-22T12:03:10+0000
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Next week on ‘Coronation Street’: Summer is hit by a car, plus romance for Nina and Asha (spoilers)

A dramatic week on Coronation Street (1 ‘ 5 February, 2021) sees a car colliding with Summer, Nina getting romantic with Asha, and Simon finding that generous gifts aren’t quite what they first seem…

Should she survive the week ahead, young Summer will probably be left wishing that she’d stayed at her grandmother’s. She’s been back in Weatherfield mere weeks and now ‘ whammo! ‘ she’ll end up bouncing off the bonnet of a car after disturbing an intruder at the flat.

Now, there is more to this case of breaking-and-entering than initially meets the eye, as it’s Will who’s forced his way onto the property, under the instructions of Todd, of course. And the fallout from the incident will be sizeable, with Billy blaming Paul for bringing Will into their lives.

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‘Coronation Street’ reveals new Todd Grimshaw actor ahead of character’s return

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The character was last seen in late 2017 when he kidnapped Billy Mayhew’s (Daniel Brocklebank) goddaughter Summer (Matilda Freeman) after her grandmother Geraldine (Lynne Verrall) tried to gain custody of her.

The storyline of his return will begin to kick off in next week’s episodes as a letter arrives from Todd asking for money.

His mother Eileen (Sue Cleaver) is off in Thailand visiting his brother Jason (Ryan Thomas), so Mary (Patti Clare) and Sean (Antony Cotton) inform Billy after reading the letter and the trio set off to track him down.

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Coronation Street spoilers: Todd Grimshaw sets Paul Foreman up with another man as he moves in on ex Billy…

Billy dumped Paul after blaming him for Summer’s horror road accident, but is unaware that Todd manipulated the whole situation.

And next week, with their relationship at rock bottom, Todd aims to put the final nail in the coffin when Summer tells him she thinks Billy still has feelings for Paul.’

Todd persuades Paul to join him for some drinks and takes him to a bar where he sets him up with a guy from a dating site.’

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Corrie viewers know that Todd has been attempting to sabotage his ex Billy and Paul’s relationship ever since he returned to the cobbles last year.’

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Andy Burnham says he still has ambitions to be leader of Labour Party – ‘one day’

The Labour Party is now running neck and neck with the Tories in terms of popularity according to the polls.

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But Mr Burnham, despite his vocal spats with the government for allegedly ignoring the regions, has revealed he still has ambitions to “one day” be leader of the Labour Party.

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It is some turnaround for Mr Burnham who, when launching his mayoral manifesto with an Oasis, Stone Roses, and James soundtrack, told the Manchester Evening News: “I’ve just come to the conclusion that Westminster isn’t going to correct itself. It does need people to step outside and say it’s not the only show in town.”

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