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arry applies for a bank loan to fund Nancy Webb's project but at the land auction is forced to bid well beyond his budget due to Loxley's interference. Lois meanwhile is perturbed to find that Marie is running up huge hotel bills on Harry's account and decides to find out more about her. Agnes is concerned by Henri's distant attitude and learns from Victor that Henri is traumatised by his war experiences. This leads to a row whilst they are designing a window display in which Harry has to intervene. Connie, one of many women engaged at the store to replace the men fighting in the war and now laid off, is angry and Kitty secures her a job in her department. Kitty herself is attacked by drunken, disgruntled ex-soldiers unable to find work, the same men Frank had interviewed for his article on their perceived rejection on returning from the war.

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