Allen sets out to target union leader Frank Powell whilst the Herald's James Edwards is more concerned with exposing child labour. His editor, Amina, initially is wary of his story but backs him by turning down an advertising offer from textiles firm Lydale. Holly sends junior reporter Leona to investigate deaths at a hospital but has to cover for her - with some success - whilst Leona's counterpart at the Post, Ed, attends a celebrity bash where he inadvertently boosts the career of jaded children's TV presenter Belle Hicks. Meanwhile Allen's wife, aware of his philandering, breaks up with him and Holly gets a new flat-mate.
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