Holly has done a deal with the devil and starts at The Post. James who sees her going to the offices of The Post is dismayed.
Holly makes herself as a nuisance, inviting herself to editorial meetings even though Duncan told her she has not earned it yet. There is a crisis in the newspaper as a troubled youth commits suicide due to The Post highlighting his bullying behaviour.
Duncan seems uninterested in the investigations that Holly wants to do. However he wants Holly wants to investigate Resonance, something he was warned off by the Prime Minister.
This episode seems to have ignored The Herald somewhat. That is because writer Mike Bartlett introduces a narrative twist when some events are replayed again with a different perspective. The Resonance story gains new prominence but for The Herald.
An improved episode of The Press but too little and too late. The viewers have deserted it and the critics have deservedly labeled it as a misfire.
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