Caleb exiled after shocking truth exposed in Emmerdale

Caleb Milligan (William Ash) hasn’t got the message about not being welcome in the Emmerdale village anymore.

The smug character had his plan to take over Home Farm completely destroyed in last night’s (June 8) episode, when Kim (Claire King) revealed that she’d known about him wanting to steal all of her money for ages.

We know that Caleb is Frank Tate’s son and made his way to the Dales to take what he thought belonged to him.

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While Caleb revealed the truth to Kim and Cain (Jeff Hordley), he said that Graham Foster was the person who told him about Kim watching Frank die back in the 90s.

Ultimately, with Nicky (Lewis Cope) unable to go through with his side of the plan – marrying Gabby (Rosie Bentham) – Caleb’s extravagant idea was never going to work. He was thrown out of Home Farm and tonight, hung around the pub with his tail between his legs, trying to make amends.

After Caleb established that Noah (Jack Downham) was also related to the Tates, he tried to ask for help, but the teen refused, adamant he didn’t want to get involved.

On his own, Caleb told Chas (Lucy Pargeter) that he’s truly sorry for everything that happened, and he was genuinely trying to help the Dingles in the long run.

Just like her brother yesterday, Chas had a lot to say about family loyalty and made it clear that Caleb wasn’t welcome to stay in the pub anymore.

Caleb announced that he’d be staying at the B&B for as long as it takes, convinced he’d be able to fix the relationships he has with Cain and Chas.

But it wasn’t going to be that simple. Chas said that Caleb isn’t family anymore and ahead of his attack next week, that list of potential suspects is getting incredibly long.

With Caleb now in a lot of people’s bad books, who will be pushed too far?

And will he survive this deadly fall?

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