Emmerdale spoilers: Cain Dingle disowned after betraying his family over feud with Al Chapman

EMMERDALE'S Cain Dingle will be disowned after betraying his family over his bitter feud with Al Chapman.

The character – played by Jeff Hordley on the ITV soap – got his brutal revenge on Ellis Chapman after he abandoned his son Kyle and Belle in hypothermic conditions at New Year's.

Kyle ended up in hospital after Cain went on a night out with Moira, leaving his son with Belle and Ellis.

Wanting revenge, Cain then drove Ellis out to the Yorkshire Moors and left him stranded in the freezing conditions overnight with no shoes.

However, this has only sparked a fresh war between Cain and Ellis' dad Al – who threatened the mechanic to back off.

Next week, Chas and Marlon are gutted their insurance claim is void as they failed to mention the development plans.

Seeing no other way out, Chas agrees to sign the papers Al has drafted for ownership of the Woolpack.

Later, Al is frustrated when Gavin tells him to offer Chas and Marlon less money.

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Before long Paddy spots a change to the plans so Chas examines the fine print and is angered to spot Al has dropped the price by 20k.

Angry at his attempted deception they don’t sign but Chas is angry when Cain rips up the contract.

With the contract unsigned Gavin puts more pressure on Al – he has just 2 days to get it signed, leaving Al in no doubt he’s in big trouble if he fails.

Meanwhile, Mackenzie manages to nick Al’s phone.

A little while later, a clandestine figure emerges from the shadows and cuts the brakes on Al’s car with a marked expertise.

Al offers to give Kerry and Kyle a lift into town. Soon, Cain’s thrown to spot them all approaching the leaking car. Can he stop them?

Meanwhile, Kerry’s chuffed when Al asks her out on a date.  Mackenzie finally breaks into Al’s phone, they read through messages from Gavin and hatch a plan to get answers.

And before long Cain and Mackenzie are meeting Gavin.

In the village, just before signing Chas asks Al to promise once everything is signed, he’ll end his feud with Cain; to which he agrees.

Before long, Gavin informs Al of his run-in with Cain and Mackenzie and how he’s pulling out of the development deal.

Al pleads with Gavin but he doesn't budge and demands all of the money back.

Chas is furious Cain has ruined everything and Chas disowns him leaving Cain ostracised.

It comes after Al's plan to convert the pub into a block of luxury flats but in order to financially support his project, he turned to Gavin but now struggles to pay him back.

Gavin has already made it clear to Al that if he didn't give him back his money, violence would ensue.

Conniving to get his hands on The Woolpack to get rid of his debt, Al set fire to the Dingles' establishment.

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