It?s Robbie?s (Adam Deacon) first day on the ARV unit and with Warwick (Nick Blood) clearly not fit for duty he discovers how far Banjo (Andrew Brooke) and Tony (Stuart Martin) will bend the rules to help their brother in arms. Liz (Brit Marling) faces a backlash when the police play down a bomb threat at a conference centre but news goes viral and threatens to cause widespread panic. Deputy Commissioner Charles Inglis (Paterson Joseph) finds that nobody is above the law when his arrest over a minor offence heaps further pressure on Richard Miller (James Nesbitt). And as Liz accompanies Miller to diffuse media tension at the bomb scene he confides in her that a journalist has a story ready to run that is infinitely more explosive for the force and its chief?
Did You Know?
Charles Inglis says he is the Deputy Commissioner (and is referred to as this thereafter). However not only does he wear the rank insignia of an Assistant Commissioner (which is one rank lower), it also says this on his name badge. See more