Holby City spoilers: Devastating consequences for Nicky as she struggles

In tonight’s Holby City, Nicky (Belinda Owusu) is forced to face the fact that her old family friend Auntie Brenda (Lynn Hunter) is dying (not actually dead as I reported a little prematurely last week) – and there’s nothing she can do about it.

But when Brenda’s son Logan (Daniel Boyd) and Nicky’s mum Tracey (Cathy Murphy) look to Nicky for reassurance that Brenda will pull through, Nicky can’t bring herself to tell them the truth.

This puts her on a collision course with Jac (Rosie Marcel), but worse is to come as Nicky struggles to cope with the stresses of the day – with devastating consequences.

Cameron (Nic Jackman) impressed Ange (Dawn Steele) last week – but what we know and she doesn’t it that he did it by causing real harm to her patient by removing stitches from a fresh surgical wound and then acting the hero by fixing the damage.

Worryingly, he promised Ange that he could do ‘more of the same’ – and tonight he does just that.

There are no stitches to unpick this time but when Louis (Tyler Luke Cunningham) annoys Cameron, Cameron finds a way to get him into trouble. Will anyone realise what Cameron is up to? And, thanks to Cameron, is Louis’ Holby career over before it’s hardly begun?

Essie (Kaye Wragg) decides she isn’t going to go to her oncologist appointment, and would rather spend the time doing something nice for Isla instead.

But Dominic (David Ames) convinces Sacha (Bob Barrett) to persuade Essie that she should at least see what the doctor has to say. Will there be a ray of hope for her after all?

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And Max (Jo Martin) is annoyed by Guy Self (John Michie)’s presence in the hospital – and it seems he’s not planning to go quietly.

Sue Haasler is the author of five novels and the official BBC Holby City book, which you can read about here.

Holby City continues Tuesday 7 July at 8pm on BBC One.

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