Coronation Street's Dylan Wilson left shocked by discovery over Liam Connor

Note: This story discusses topics including suicidal ideation/thoughts and bullying.

Coronation Street spoilers follow.

Coronation Street's Dylan Wilson is set to be left shocked after discovering the horrific impact his bullying has had on Liam Connor.

Dylan has recently been at the centre of a bullying storyline, with him and Mason Radcliffe tormenting Liam over the last couple of months.

The ordeal has led to Liam having suicidal thoughts, which the schoolboy recently disclosed to his mum Maria and stepdad Gary – though his bullies and Dylan's family are currently unaware of Liam's mental health struggles.

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However, Dylan has recently been feeling guilt over his role and decided to apologise to Liam – though Mason cruelly stopped him from doing so.

Scenes airing next week will see Dylan arrested after being framed by Mason over the recent incident that saw Mason threaten Liam with a zombie knife.

In follow on scenes airing on Friday (March 8), after Dylan's arrest, Sean gets defensive of his son, though George and Eileen ask more about what has been going on.

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Dee-Dee tells Dylan that he needs to think carefully regarding his plea now that the case will be progressing to court.

While outside, Dylan bumps into Liam, where he finally apologises for bullying him. However, Liam reveals that he contemplated suicide, leaving Dylan horrified.

Will Dylan ever be able to forgive himself?

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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