Will #PeakyBlinders favourite Aunt Polly be killed after Aberama Gold betrayal?

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PEAKY BLINDERS season five continued this evening on BBC One with Aberama Gold out for blood after the death of his son. But has he put Aunt Polly’s life at risk?

PUBLISHED: PUBLISHED: 22:00, Sun, Sep 1, 2019

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers from Peaky Blinders season 5, episode 3.

Tommy Shelby (played by Cillian Murphy) has a lot on his plate right now with the Billy Boys demanding to take over the race tracks all the way down from Glasgow to Cheltenham to Oswald Moseley (Sam Claflin) trying to recruit him for his fascist party.

He’s relied heavily on Aunt Polly (Helen McCrory) for support in the past but now it seems she might be in danger after Aberama’s (Aidan Gillen) latest move.

Aberama is determined to get revenge for his son Bonnie (Jack Rowan) after the Billy Boys shot and crucified him so headed up to Scotland to wreck havoc.

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He managed to kill some of the men in the Billy Boys after the Scottish gang went out on a routine road patrol.

Aberama’s attack left leader of the rival razor gang Jimmy McCavern (Brian Gleeson) furious he declared war on Tommy Shelby.

As Jimmy arrived at the camp where Aberama was said to be hiding out, a number of explosives went off causing injuries to the Billy Boys.

It was at this moment, Jimmy promised to destroy everything Tommy loves - could this also mean Aunt Polly?

Polly was the one who helped Aberama get out of hospital and where he needed to be to start his revenge attack on the Billy Boys.

Both Tommy and fans of the BBC show know Aberama has a

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