EastEnders' Harvey Monroe left horrified over Aaron's despicable New Year plan

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EastEnders' Harvey Monroe left horrified over Aaron's despicable New Year plan

EastEnders spoilers follow.

Harvey Monroe is set to make a terrifying discovery about his son Aaron's New Year's Eve terrorist bomb plot.

The run-up to the New Year will see far-right group leader Neil (Save Me star Thomas Coombes) order Aaron to step up his hate campaign in order to prove loyalty.

In upcoming scenes, even Aaron is alarmed when he finds out how far Neil wants to go in their plot against Walford. As a result, Aaron warns his sister Dana not to go to The Albert later that night.

Photo credit: BBC
Photo credit: BBC

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This raises suspicion from their father Harvey and he is horrified to later see his son associating with known racist agitator Neil in secret.

Harvey is terrified over the situation Aaron has got himself involved, as he tries to figure out what he can do now.

Elsewhere, the New Year party has got underway at The Albert and the club is packed with people hopeful to ring in a better year. By the next morning, events have transpired that will change lives forever.

Multiple residents are left facing unexpected consequences of the night before while Harvey must grapple with Aaron's responsibility for it all.

Photo credit: Kieron McCarron / Jack Barnes - BBC
Photo credit: Kieron McCarron / Jack Barnes - BBC

These scenes will be airing on BBC One on Thursday, December 30 and Friday, December 31.

The story will be far from over on New Year's Day as soap bosses have already offered some details on where the far-right story will be going in 2022.

Bobby Beale is set to find information that could unravel the far-right group's agenda, but is he willing to put his loved ones at risk to expose the truth?

Photo credit: Kieron McCarron / Jack Barnes - BBC
Photo credit: Kieron McCarron / Jack Barnes - BBC

EastEnders has worked with Exit UK, a non-profit network of former far-right members offering help to those who want to leave far-right groups, on Aaron's storyline. If you're concerned about someone who's expressing extremist or hateful views then ACT Early has further information.

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.

EastEnders airs on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays on BBC One.

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