Coronation Street's Jake shares major discovery in Mason story

This story discusses topics including bullying.

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Jake Windass has shared a major revelation about bully Mason Radcliffe in Coronation Street.

Last week, it appeared Mason had once again gotten away with his bullying of Liam Connor when Dylan Wilson refused to grass on him.

In Monday's episode (March 4), Maria Connor had to be held back from having a go at Mason when he happened to walk into the café while she was taking Liam out for a milkshake.

mikey north as gary and bobby bradshaw as jake in coronation street

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The family did get some good news when Liam's teacher Mrs Cranshaw confirmed she was putting together evidence so they could expel Mason from school.

Unfortunately, Mason was up to his bad behaviour once again as Liam witnessed him bullying another boy at school.

Liam confided in step-brother Jake Windass about what he'd seen, but he admitted he was too frightened to turn Mason in for bullying someone else.

"What's he going to do if he finds out I've grassed him up again? He'll come for me," Liam explained.

bobby bradshaw as jake in coronation street, with mikey north as gary and samia longchambon as maria

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He finally decided: "[This other boy] is going to have to deal with it himself, just like I had to."

Jake took matters into his own hands by revealing to dad Gary Windass and Maria that the bullying went far beyond what they knew.

"Mason wasn't just bullying Liam. He threatened him with a knife," Jake explained.

This revelation will set off a chain of events that spiral beyond control throughout the week, leading up to Dylan being outsmarted by Mason and arrested.

Coronation Street airs on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8pm on ITV1 and streams on ITVX.

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Coronation Street has been working on Liam's storyline with support from the National Bullying Helpline (0300 323 0169 between 9am-5pm on weekdays, and 10am-12 midday on Saturdays, or email

Further organisations which can offer help include Samaritans on 116 123 or Mind on 0300 123 3393. Readers in the US are encouraged to visit or the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.

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