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Asked by tishntash on 24th May 2022 Report this content
Why is Emmerdale always in the dark? Can hardly see inside the pub or the cafe.

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Asked by ruby699 on 21st April 2022 Report this content
What is the age restriction of Emmerdale? Can they reduce the violence in Emmerdale?

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Asked by MommyB on 6th April 2022 Report this content
Why can't Charles testify against Meena as when she confessed to him she was not in the confessional so surely he should not be bound by confessional rules?

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Report this content HelenShaw66 Written on: 08/04/2022
I don’t think it matters where they confess, a vicar can’t be compelled to testify as I understand it. What is said to him/her is in confidence and shouldn’t be divulged. He’d be breaking his oath. I may be wrong but this is how I see it
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