Coronation Street spoilers: Tracy won’t let Tyler ruin their adoption plans

February 12, 2019 – 15:06 GMT Emmy Griffiths Get all of the latest Corrie gossip and drama for Monday 18 February to Friday 22 February!

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In next week’s Corrie episodes between 18 – 22 February, Tracy angrily confronts Tyler over the planned adoption of Amy’s baby, Carla tells police she was in town during the fire, and Roy accuses Carla of letting Abi take the blame for it. Find out what else is going down here’

Tracy vows that she is not going to let Tyler and his mum ruin their adoption plans. Robert refuses to sack him so Tracy pins Tyler against a wall and offers him ‘5000 to have nothing more to do with Amy or the baby but is thwarted when Robert interrupts and orders him back to work. What will she do?

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