Corrie's Stu to make worrying discovery in Max Turner story

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation Street will air a new twist in Max Turner's radicalisation storyline.

In an upcoming episode, Stu Carpenter (Bill Fellows) realises that Max's (Paddy Bever) family will need to step up to help him as the teen is involved with Griff Reynold's (Michael Condron) extremism group.

In these scenes, Max's sister Lily watches a far-right propaganda video Max had made for Griff's gang. She later shares it with Eliza, Stu's granddaughter.

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When Stu gets to see the video, he immediately goes to David's (Jack P Shepherd) house to warn him about Max's behaviour.

Bringing Eliza's laptop with him, Stu is ready to show the clip to Max's family. Will David and Shona (Julia Goulding) confront Max about his concerning friendship with Griff?

Recently, the soap's radicalisation storyline came to a turn when Spider Nugent (Martin Hancock) finally revealed to Toyah Battersby (Georgia Taylor) he is working as an undercover cop, infiltrating Griff's group to protect Max and others.

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Despite his best efforts, the boy was injured during a camping trip gone awry. Feeling the pressure of it all, Spider later broke down and opened up to Toyah, telling her what was really going on.

Toyah, however, wasn't exactly relieved to find out her partner is an undercover police officer. She ordered him to stay away, still processing such a huge revelation and the lies Spider had to tell her in order to do his job.

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

Read more Coronation Street spoilers on our dedicated homepage.

If you're concerned about someone who's expressing extremist or hateful views then ACT Early has further information. If you've seen or heard something that could potentially be related to terrorism, then report via or call 0800 789 321.

If you've been affected by racism and racist hate crime, then organisations including the Equality and Advisory Support Service (EASS), the Monitoring Group, Stand Against Racism and Inequality (SARI) and Stop Hate UK are among those which can offer help and support.

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