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She then realised the bruises weren't actually caused Stacey - but by that time it was too late to stop social services coming'We just want to make sure Arthur has somewhere calm and safe to stay tonight and Lily would need to be with him too.'As Stacey burst into tears and fell into Martin's arms, guilty Carmel stayed quiet and offered to take the kids for the night.
'Please don't worry Stace, I'll look after him, I'm sorry,' she said.