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Are we OK to be here?
Nobody'll be here till the weekend. We'll be fine.
It's not a question any more, this is what'll happen.
So you get me those medical records. No ifs, no buts.
Taking money from this place behind our backs.
Getting involved with someone like Murdoch.
I was stuck, there was nowhere else to go.
I'm arresting you on suspicion of breaking and entering.
Your brief's here, Stevie. We're ready to go.
I'm no' feeling too good, man.
I'd be pretty sick myself if I were sitting where you are.
I think it's all that mingin' food you're givin' us.
Seriously, I think I'm gonnae spew.
Best get you a doctor, then.
You're going to be late! >
We're coming! >
We wouldn't be if you gave us a lift once in a while! >
'Nicole, it's me. You're not gonnae believe this.
'I've just been lifted for breaking into the flat.
'I dunno what I'm gonnae dae.'
OK, Stevie. The doctor has declared you fit for interview.
For the benefit of the tape, Mr Burns has nodded his agreement.
Last night at 19:35 hours,
you were found inside the premises of 6 Montego Street.
Can you tell me what you were doing there?
Do you know the current residents of the flat?
Had they given you permission to be there?
How did you get into the flat?
Look, Stevie, if you don't help me out here
with some sort of explanation, you'll be charged.
I never took anything.
According to the incident report, you were found inside the flat
With your record, you could be looking at a few years.
I never broke in.
I took a loan of the keys. And the drink.
I was gonnae replace it.
Is there anyone who can vouch for you?
Aye, my girlfriend, Nicole Brodie.
KNOCKING ON DOOR
Oh! What's going on?
-That boy's had chance after chance.
-He's done nothing wrong!
You don't just let yourself into other people's houses.
He was only borrowing the keys.
We didn't have anywhere else to go.
A bus shelter did in my day.
Please, he sounded really scared on the phone.
That's his problem.
Just come with me to the police station.
No way. This time he's on his own.
You here about Stevie Burns?
I'm his girlfriend.
-What's your name?
-Nicole. Nicole Brodie.
How did the two of you get into the flat?
Stevie borrowed the keys from Raymond, the guy he stays with.
How did Raymond have the keys?
Don't know. Gina and Murray must have left them with him before they went away.
Did Raymond give Stevie permission to take the keys?
Yes or no?
We didn't do any harm! He was gonnae put them back after.
Use your imagination.
Are you telling me you and Stevie went to the flat to have sex?
The last thing on Stevie's mind was robbing the place.
What's your address?
13 Montego Street, Shieldinch.
Do you work?
I'm still at school.
What's your date of birth?
15th of the 2nd, '96.
Which makes you...?
What took you so long? The place has been ransacked.
-I could've been dead on the floor with shock.
-Dan should be here.
-Well, there's no sign of him.
It'll be some wee ned after a fix.
And here's you moving to Sheildinch for the quiet life.
The big fire in the subway and now this.
You'll be thinking London's come with you.
There's been a break-in at the surgery.
You'd better get yourself over there. It'll be chaos.
Look, how are you? The fire, the smoke.
Michael? Michael. What's up?
Yeah, sorry. Had it on silent.
I'll be straight over.
Sorry, Ma. We got blethering. It was late.
I crashed out. I'm really sorry. Hope that was OK.
Oh, no problem. Open house here. Eh, doll?
There's been a break-in at the health centre.
-Aye, on you go.
-See you around.
Don't get carried away.
Taking it slow. Very wise.
-I'm taking nothing slow. He's a friend, that's it.
Ma. Please, leave it, OK?
Bag all these.
Looks like they've gone straight for your hard drives.
-Sure nothing's missing from the pharmacy?
-Locks haven't been touched.
I don't understand. Why the hard drives?
Patient records, most likely.
What will they do with them?
Identity theft, blackmail.
Sure nothing else is missing?
I dunno. I can't tell, the desk's a mess.
Well, if anything else does comes to light, give me a call.
When can we open up?
As soon as the crime scene examiners are finished.
They'll let you know.
Have you any idea who might be behind it?
Why, any thoughts?
A wee while ago, someone tried to blackmail me.
They wanted the records.
In confidence, of course.
Interview resumes at 12:01.
Present are PC Gibb, Steven Burns and DC Rachel Grant.
Stevie, you've told my colleague, PC Gibb, that you let yourself
into the flat at 6 Montego Street at approximately 5pm last night.
Take me through what happened after that.
Well, my girlfriend arrived. We chilled out for a bit.
Then she went up the road.
I understand you and Nicole were drinking alcohol.
Only wine. I never stole it. I bought the bottle myself.
Nicole says you and her went to the flat and had sex.
Well, if she says we did, then we must have.
When's Nicole's birthday?
Couple of weeks.
-How old will she be?
And you say you bought wine for you both to drink?
You gave Nicole alcohol,
then had sex with her, knowing she was below the age of consent?
No, no, not like that, no!
Like how, then?
She wanted to! I never made her...
Steven Burns, I'm arresting you for engaging in sex with a minor.
You are not obliged to say anything, but anything you do say may be used in evidence. Do you understand?
The cheek of him. What was the boy thinking?
Stevie doesn't think. That's the problem.
So did he have a party or what?
It was just him and Nicole, as far as I know.
How come the police get involved?
Zinnie saw your keys were missing. She called them.
I'll just check nothing else has been taken.
I am so sorry, Gina. You trusted me to look after your place.
None of this is your fault.
I can't believe it. He gets himself off the drugs, into work.
Then he risks it all. For what?
No harm done then, eh?
-What a pleasant surprise.
-The pleasure's all yours.
-Much as I'd like to blether...
-Where were you last night between 11pm and midnight?
I wisnae breaking and entering, that's no my style.
-I had a friend round for dinner.
You've got a friend? I don't believe it.
What was the name of this friend?
He's kinda shy.
Oh, and the Easter Bunny popped round for a drink later on.
Listen, you got any evidence on me? Let's see it.
If not, what I was doing last night, no concern of yours at all.
So just toddle off. I'm a busy man.
I'll be back.
All right, son?
Any news about Stella?
The hospital says there's no permanent damage
but they still want tae keep her in for now.
-Bet you didnae sleep a wink.
-She could have died if it wasn't for Gabriel, Ma.
Aye, and thank God for Dr Hunter an' aw.
It just goes to make you think about what matters, you know?
The future and that.
I think we're gonnae be seeing a bit more of Dr Dan.
He's set his cap at Kelly-Marie!
-Aye, he stayed over last night.
-On the couch!
But from the wee twinkle in his eye, I think that's just the start.
But does Kelly-Marie like him?
-Very much. As a friend.
-I thought you were taking wee Cal round to Lenny's.
-Keeping his head down over that break-in.
-How's that to do with Lenny?
On the plus side, if Cal's not spending the day
with his grandpa, he can spend it getting to know Dan.
-Sorry, son. What were you saying about Stella?
Disnae matter. See you later.
Did you know Nicole was sleeping with Stevie?
We knew she'd gone on the pill, yes.
I wasn't happy about it, obviously. She's easily influenced.
I am not.
How long have you and Stevie been together?
Nearly three months.
How did you meet?
He came to the house.
To do some DIY.
What happened, did Stevie ask you out?
We just kinda hung out for a bit and then got together.
Are you seeing anyone else?
What about Stevie?
You don't agree?
Like most lads his age, he's just after the one thing.
I believe Stevie genuinely cares for Nicole.
What makes you say that?
Just...the way he looks at her.
Quite the charmer, eh?
What is it we've done wrong?
You've broken the law.
Yeah, OK, I'm not 16.
But I wanted us to be together.
It was me who came on to him.
Hi! Here, I'm surprised you recognised me with my clothes on!
Do you want to make an appointment?
I was just passing and I wondered what you were doing for your lunch.
-Hadn't really thought...
-Kelly-Marie and Cal are at a loose end.
-Lenny Murdoch's let them down.
-We're running behind here, with the break-in.
She makes a mean sandwich.
I'm probably gonnae grab something quick and work through.
She's too shy to say herself, but she'd really love you to come.
-Look, another time, definitely.
Dr Hunter was a guest at ours last night!
Is that right?
Between you and me, he's got a wee soft spot for my Kelly-Marie.
They would make a lovely couple.
How's Stella? Still in the hospital?
Aye. Bubba's worried sick.
The smoke was terrible. I'm amazed more people weren't hurt.
Do they know what happened yet?
-They're not sure yet.
-We'll see you in an hour.
Are they here about the burglary?
Stevie Burns got arrested for breaking into Gina's flat.
Doctor Brodie's daughter was with him, getting up to you-know-what.
-Well, what does he expect, letting his wee lassie hang about
with a hardened criminal?
-What you wanting?
Polis have barely left the street.
-In my book, you don't return to the scene of the crime.
-I need that cash.
We had this discussion last night.
You'll get paid when the stuff's sold on.
-I cannae wait that long.
-I was told you were a pro.
I am. Those hard drives huvnae got a scratch on them.
You been drinking?
-Only the one.
I've said nothing to nobody!
I widnae bother you but my old maw's got her leccy to pay.
I see you round here again, you and your maw'll get nothing.
If you don't mind, I've somewhere more pleasant I'd like to be.
I can do you a bit of salad if you like.
Pardon me for expecting something a little more Michelin Star.
We could skip the food.
Sorry, I'm not interrupting, am I?
What do you want?
Can we talk inside?
I'm investigating this morning's burglary at the health centre.
-We know nothing about that.
-What makes you think we would?
If you don't mind me asking, where were you in the early hours?
-We were here. All night.
No visitors at all?
-Sorry to disappoint.
-Are you prepared to make a statement to that effect?
I don't see why that's necessary but if it helps, yeah.
You do yourself no credit lying for scum like him.
I'll see myself out.
So who was our visitor last night?
The less you know, the better.
I don't want you incriminating yourself.
-I hear love is in the air.
-News tae me.
What's my mum said?
She's over the moon.
-I'm looking for some tomato paste.
Hey, listen, I hope you weren't offended.
-I really do have to work through my lunch today.
Listen, you're really lovely but...
This is sounding like some kind of brush-off.
-You think you're such a catch, don't you?
Dr Handsome with his pick of Shieldinch.
Well, sorry to disappoint you, but I'm not interested.
Never have been, never will be.
I heard you had the polis round earlier.
-They came to see me right after it.
Our records were taken.
Quite a coincidence, isn't it? Given our conversation the other week.
Didn't think you had it in you.
-Is this everything you were wearing last night?
I'm really sorry, we have to go over personal stuff like this.
Has Stevie ever said or done anything
that's made you feel uncomfortable?
How d'you mean?
-Has he ever forced himself on you?
-No, of course not!
-We should leave them to it.
-I'm her father. I'm going nowhere.
-Dr Brodie, would you mind getting Nicole's laptop and mobile phone?
Er, we need to check communications between Nicole and Stevie.
In the bedroom, are they?
Maybe we can talk more freely now.
What I meant was,
has Stevie ever wanted you to do something that you didn't like?
He makes me watch sci-fi movies. I hate sci-fi movies.
Yeah, me too.
What about your pals? Is he friendly with them?
Christina, I suppose.
Does she like Stevie?
No. Well, maybe at the start. But not now, I don't think.
Why haven't I seen this before?
It was a present.
You've already got a phone.
Why would he buy you a second phone?
He just likes to be able to contact me whenever he wants.
Nicole, isn't that a bit controlling?
No, it just shows he cares.
I know Stevie better than any of you!
All any of us want is to make sure you haven't come to harm.
Me? What about the harm they're causing him?
We didn't mean to do anything bad.
Can you just let him go, please?
HE GROANS ANGRILY
# All lying across the ground
# Try not to make no sound
# When a tomb ain't gonna break you down
# I said, a tomb ain't gonna break you down, I break
# All lying across the ground... #
What does it look like?
Me, a GP, with my own daughter
breaking the law right under my nose.
Where's the laptop and the PC?
Police took 'em.
-So they can nose at all my private thoughts and feelings.
What's the big deal? Is he on drugs again?
-Why's he in jail?
Because me and him have been doing it, OK?
Where are you going?
This is down to Raymond.
He took the boy in, he can damn well take responsibility.
-The boy's living with you! Can't you keep him under control?!
For what?! The lad's 20 years of age, not some kinda kid.
You realise he'll be branded a sex offender now.
Stevie is many things, but he's no pervert.
Michael, please. Nicole couldn't have made it any clearer. She loves him.
If they'd have waited two more weeks for her birthday, none of this would be happening.
Maybe you could've spelt that out to her yourself.
Look, from what I've seen,
Nicole seems to have a pretty good head on her shoulders.
I know she may have been a bit wild in the past
but she's grown up a lot lately.
She's definitely got her values straight.
Thanks to you.
-OK. Bye now!
All right, can I take you to this chair here? Thank you.
How was your lunch?
Fine. Hayley, do you mind if I take the afternoon off?
My three o'clock's cancelled, so I've only one other appointment.
OK. Have you got plans?
Something's come up. Listen...
I don't suppose the police have spoken to you
-about the health centre?
-No, why would they?
I saw DI Donald. He was asking questions about Lenny.
I got myself tied in knots and I ended up telling a wee porky.
That wasn't very clever, was it?
I promise you, Lenny's not involved in this. Come on!
What would he want with a few bits from a surgery?
I don't know, and I don't want to know.
Whatever goes on with you and Lenny is your business.
Not in the middle of anything, are we?
What do you want?
Your flat. Ten minutes.
-How was the Caribbean?
-Very nice, thanks.
Must be pretty serious between you and Lenny.
Not that it's any of your business.
I had my chance, I suppose.
Don't flatter yourself.
I only made a move because I thought you might be useful.
And what's so useful about Lenny?
Oh, you'd be surprised.
It'll be all Ma's doing.
Bigging me up, telling him how keen I am.
She only wants you to be happy.
Great way of showing it. By making a fool of me?
Look, when Stella got out of the fire yesterday,
-Dan was there, calming her down.
-I know, he's a great doctor.
And he seems like a really decent guy. You could do a lot worse.
Have you no' been listening?
He's as good as said he wouldn't touch me with a barge pole.
Sorry, Bob. You must've been out of your mind over Stella.
Aye, well, it does get you thinking about what's important.
I mean, me and Stella, we've been together for a wee while now.
And I've got nae one. Thanks for rubbing it in.
No! I meant, when you know you've met the right person,
there's no point hanging about, is there?
You've gotta grab the bull, seize the day, kind of thing.
You say Dan's a decent guy but how arrogant is that?
That he assumes to give me the brush off?
Like I'm out of his league. Why would I want tae be with somebody like that?
You really want tae know what I think?
If you're this obsessed, I reckon my ma's on to something.
Covering for Lenny Murdoch will not end well.
What makes you so sure he's involved in this burglary?
I have my sources.
You know you can't pursue it.
Nothing would give me greater delight than to see that animal behind bars.
But if it comes to court, I'll have to testify.
-You mean lie.
-Thanks to you, my whole life's a lie.
When I get called to the witness box, my real identity's bound to come out.
You can't want that.
So, you'll drop Lenny from the enquiry?
I've no choice, have I?
You do realise that Lenny will drop you like a stone when it suits.
Are you jealous?
I'm beginning to think you regret knocking me back.
I want him off my streets.
Lenny's not all bad.
Not if you take the time to get to know him.
-Must be very lonely up there on the high ground.
-This isn't about me.
Well, you see, I think it is.
I think you can't stand the thought of me
-sleeping in the same bed as Lenny, not that we get much sleeping done...
-What's the matter? I thought you wanted my statement.
Lenny is a very generous host.
No... Get off me!
Is everything OK?
I was just leaving.
Are you sure you're OK?
Detective Constable Grant. And this is my colleague, PC Gibb.
Is this about Stevie?
Could we go somewhere more private?
Well, he came to stay with us about three months ago.
-Yeah, but Stevie worked here before that.
-Was he a good worker?
You do know about his background?
What about it?
-Yeah, but he was doing his best to make a fresh start.
I'm Gina Hamilton. Stevie was found in my flat.
We were coming to take your statement shortly, Mrs Hamilton.
Look, there's no need.
It's all just been a silly misunderstanding.
We have further enquiries to make.
Were you aware that Stevie was having a physical relationship with Nicole?
Well, nothing like that was going on under my roof.
Did Stevie ever bring any other girls here?
Not that I know of.
Did either of you see Stevie with other girls?
Nicole's wee pal?
The three of them are always together.
Where does she live, this Christina?
You think Stevie's been messing around with her?!
We have to consider all possibilities.
Nicole and Stevie liked each other from the off.
Who did the running?
He's a good-looking boy. Was it Nicole?
Nah, Stevie went after her.
How did that make you feel? You didn't mind?
I was pleased for Nicole.
So you weren't interested in Stevie for yourself?
At first, maybe.
Did Stevie lead you on in any way?
What, you weren't his type?
Christina has got her studies. She has no time for boys.
Do you know if Stevie bought Nicole any gifts?
He's always showering her with stuff.
Has he ever given Nicole or yourself something he shouldn't?
I guess we're not supposed to drink, are we?
He gave you alcohol?
-I know it's illegal, but Stevie's just like that.
Did Stevie ever ask you for anything in return?
Honestly, Stevie's never been anything but kind to me.
You say Stevie's been buying Nicole presents and plying her with booze.
He's got her exactly where he wants her, hasn't he?
You're twisting it.
Sweetheart, you can't really know what goes on between them.
Not in private.
They're totally into each other. You're reading this all wrong.
-There's nothing but good between them.
Let's get inside.
-You've been a good friend already.
Are you OK? What did they make you say?
They didn't make her say anything.
I told the truth. Stevie would never hurt you.
In my day, Shieldinch was a place for decent lassies.
Well, maybe a wee bit of fun would have done you some good.
She better no' be leading our Christina astray.
I'm sure our Christina can take care of herself.
Aye, that'll be right.
What you doing with him?
What does it look like?
Thought you might have had a better offer.
Ma, leave it, yeah?
I thought that Dr Hunter was at a loose end over lunch.
Did you talk to him?
Just in passing.
Well, thanks a bunch, Ma.
He now thinks I'm a total stalker and wants nothing to do with me.
-What did I say?
-You've really upset her.
She's no even sure they can be pals now.
-Don't be daft. They'd be perfect for one another!
-Maybe. Until you stuck your oar in.
What mammy doesn't want her weans to be happy?
It was so humiliating.
What sort of stuff did they ask?
When we first did it.
And if Stevie forced me.
Why would Stevie need to force anyone? He's totally gorgeous.
Things always seemed really good between you two.
Why? You hoping we'll split up so you can get your shot?
How could you think that?
-You fancied him at the start.
-Until he chose you.
You're always hanging round us.
I told the police I like Stevie as a mate.
I would never go behind your back.
I know, I'm sorry.
Anyway, the whole world knows he can't see past you.
We should never have slept together.
Everyone's saying it's wrong.
You love each other, don't you?
Then how can it be wrong?
It'll be over soon.
I couldn't stand it if he went to jail because of me.
For the benefit of the tape,
I'm showing Stevie a blue-coloured mobile phone, exhibit NB05.
Do you recognise that phone?
I bought it for Nicole.
Why did you want her to have a phone?
To keep in touch with her.
According to her parents, she already has a phone.
Aye, but her dad's a... a bit controlling.
And keeping tabs on your girlfriend isn't?
If Nicole was ever in any bother,
I just wanted to make sure she was able to reach me.
Have you given mobiles to any other girls?
What?! No, why would I?
Stevie, do you realise what this looks like from the outside?
Buying an underage girl presents, plying her with booze,
sleeping with her.
Look, I care about Nicole, right?
I care about her more than anything in the world. Why won't yous get that?
Not up to us.
We'll send our findings to the Procurator Fiscal.
It'll be up to them to decide
whether prosecution's in the public interest.
Does that mean I'm getting out of here or what?
I'm afraid there's also the historical matter of a theft
from a warehouse in November 2010. You were implicated at the time.
The warrant's still outstanding.
For now, you will be charged with the trespass
and the theft of the vodka, then released.
But you're barred from going anywhere near Nicole.
Take it seriously. We will.
Do you have an address we can bail you to?
The Tall Ship, Shieldinch.
There you go, darling.
What's all this red?
You're a wee bit hot.
Hello? Hi, I was wondering,
is Dr Hunter doing house calls this afternoon?
-I'd like a wee word.
Aye, well, I'll see you later anyway. All right, bye.
-Frances no' in today?
-Taken the afternoon off.
Is she OK?
Why? Shouldn't she be?
She didn't seem herself usual self earlier. Has something happened?
Look, if there's a problem, I want to help.
Maybe you should speak to her.
-Listen, if the police are involved, I'd rather keep out.
-A guy was speaking to her at the flat earlier.
Did she say why he was there?
-You know what she's like.
Keeps her cards close.
MUSIC: "Running Battle" by Kasabian
# All lyin' across the ground
# Try not to make no sound
# When two men gonna break you down
# I said, two men gonna break you down, I breathe
# All lyin' across the ground
# Try not to make no sound
# When two men gonna break you down
# I said, two men gonna break you down, I breathe... #
-There you go.
Well, he certainly seemed like a nice enough chap
when he was doing those wee jobs for us.
I told the police, there is no way our Christina would get involved
with a chancer like that Stevie Burns.
Well, she was certainly hanging around him enough.
Well, she felt sorry for him. Too soft for own good, that one.
They're just kids that got carried away. Where's the harm?
Aye, well. In my day, one used self-control.
Hi, Nicole. You all right, hen?
-Have you heard anything?
-Raymond's picking him up
-from the police station.
-He's coming home?
-Yeah, but he's not allowed anywhere near you.
In case he's led astray again.
Is that it, aye?
You're gonnae ignore me for the rest of my life?
Bet they'd love to see me banged up with a bunch of nonces, man.
I think gossip's the least of your worries, pal.
I was just getting my life sorted out.
I can't believe the polis have messed it up all over again.
It's about time you started taking responsibility for your own actions.
Raymond, I've done nothing wrong!
The law's the law. We don't pick and choose.
Don't even think about it.
I had a few cans and crashed out on the sofa. Next thing I remember, it was morning.
What time was that?
-I'm no' keen on watches.
-Anyone who can vouch for you?
I'm no' keen on pals neither.
What about weapons? You keen on them?
For the benefit of the tape, I'm showing Mr Samuels a handgun,
exhibit HC35, which was uncovered in his car.
Possessing an illegal firearm is a serious offence.
It's no' mine. This guy borrowed my car...
C'mon, Terry. We'll find your mitts all over it.
Now, who pulled your strings over the health centre job?
I am detaining you under Section 14 of the Criminal Procedure Act 1995,
because I suspect you of committing a punishable offence,
namely aiding and abetting a burglary. You are not obliged to say anything,
but anything you do say will be noted down and may be used in evidence. Do you understand?
Just going to stick this wee penguin in your ear, OK?
I called him. Madonna's got a temperature.
Aww! What's wrong, darling?
You no' feeling well? Is she OK?
Nothing a drop of Calpol won't fix.
-Ma, please, not again.
I want to apologise.
I may have misread your friendship with Kelly-Marie for something more.
I thought you two would be good together,
but I can see now, I was wrong.
Well, at least now you know I was never after you.
It was good of you to come.
About lunchtime. I never meant to imply anything bad.
How about if we...
Nothing, it's OK.
You doing anything later?
I've got time for a drink, I suppose.
She'll be ready at eight.
Eight it is then.
What was I meant to do? The police had to bail him somewhere.
He's got a family of his own.
What else could we do?
I'm no' hungry.
Leave him alone.
I've made it, so he'll eat it.
Look... if I'm in the way, I can just go.
The police have put you in our care. You're going nowhere.
Unless you'd rather be back on the streets?
I hope you'll find the room to your satisfaction.
Do what you want tae me, but leave Frances alone.
< You've had your tea, the lights are going out. Keep the noise down.
< You're not the only one in here tonight.
I've been on edge all day.
-Fancy a drink, calm the nerves?
-Drinking with your brother-in-law's not a crime.
-It's been a really difficult day.
Stevie's been arrested. Nicole's devastated.
So, let Michael deal with it. He's her dad.
Yeah, well, Michael has a unique talent for making everything worse.
I'm really sorry. I have to go. They need me.
What do you need?
Not now... I can't.
It'll be OK.
I know it seems like the end of the world, but it'll all turn out OK.
Stop saying it'll be OK. It'll never be OK. Stevie just blanked me.
He had no choice. He won't be allowed contact.
What? Never again?
Not unless the case is dropped.
You're upset now, but in time...
First summer of uni, I was working as a tour guide
when I met this girl.
We used to leave our coach parties and hang out in the museum
and sneak off to the park.
I totally fell for her.
Then she ran out of money and had to head back to Manchester.
She said she'd write. But she never did.
I swore I would never fall in love again.
And then, I met your mum.
Dad... I don't want anyone else.
Hey, come here.
Sit down if you like.
Nah, you're all right.
You know, I really, really appreciate everything you and Eileen have done for me.
I've got two last favours to ask.
Aye. Can you give this to Nicole?
I don't think I can, mate.
Just read it first. Make sure I'm not breaking any laws, eh?
It'll be difficult for the pair of you, living so close.
That's why I need to go.
I was hoping maybe you could take me to my maw and dad's.
I've been away too long. There's a lot I need to put right.
I'll phone DC Grant.
If she can clear the change of address,
I'll take you tonight.
Sorry, I hope you don't mind.
I was worried. I was climbing the walls at the flat.
I thought I'd wait for you here.
You'd have been waiting for some time
if Hamish hadn't managed to pull out a few favours.
Lenny, I realise you're trying to protect me,
but I need to know what's going on.
Your pal, DI Donald, he's intent on putting me in the jail.
What for? This thing at the health centre?
Receiving stolen data. What would I want with that?
-The guy last night...
-There was no guy last night. Remember?
-Have you been charged?
I've been let go.
Until at least, they can stitch some evidence together.
If they do,
I'll have to testify, lie.
All right, darlin'...
I know Donald came back here to see you.
if he threatens you, tries to intimidate you,
I'll sort it.
Is Nicole in?
She's had a difficult day. We all have.
She's got to come quick.
What's happening now?
What? What is it?
Nothing for you to worry about, Nicole. Just go back to your room.
-Stevie's packing his stuff into Raymond's car.
-Why? Where's he going?
Raymond wouldn't let him speak to me.
-No, you don't.
-I've got to see him.
-He won't be allowed to see you.
-She can't just let him go.
You're only gonna make it worse.
Dad, this could be the last time I see him!
He could be in a lot of trouble if he's seen with you.
Where's he going?
-Stevie. Don't make things any worse.
-At least let them say goodbye.
Be quick about it.
I'm so sorry.
Listen, don't you be sorry, right?
You are the best thing that's ever happened to me.
Will you be back?
Read the note.
# You know I can't take one more step towards you
# Cos all that's waiting is regret
# Don't you know I'm not your ghost anymore
# You lost the love I loved the most
# I learned to live half alive
# And now you want me one more time
# And who do you think you are, running round leaving scars... #
"My beautiful Nicole,
"I can't see you until this whole mess is sorted out.
"So I think it's best if I get away.
"You know you mean the world to me
"and I'll always remember the brilliant times we've had.
"One day maybe, when things are different,
"I hope we can meet up again.
"Whatever happens, never, ever forget
"that I will always love you, darling.
# But I have grown too strong
# To ever fall back in your arms
# I learned to live half alive... #
It's within my scope to grant you a temporary licence.
Our ace undoubtedly is your corroboration,
unless, of course, there are any skeletons in your own cupboard.
-You set me up as Lenny's enemy, and I'm supposed to be grateful?
-I won't let him harm you.
-Maybe you should get out now.
-My family are lost to me. All I've got left is my grandson.
I cannae walk away from that.
-If it's gettin' too much for you and you're looking for a buyer?
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