Piers Morgan pummels Line of Duty’s Adrian Dunbar with questions about H as he begs to know who the bent copper is

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LINE of Duty star Adrian Dunbar was asked if he is ‘H’ by Piers Morgan on Good Morning Britain today.

Fans are questioning whether Hastings has been framed or if he is really H and the actor was pummelled with questions by the telly host and Susanna Reid.

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Line of Duty star Adrian Dunbar asked if he is ‘H’ by Piers Morgan

The leader of anti-corruption unit pleaded his innocence before insisting he was being framed as the dreaded H in the penultimate episode, which aired on Sunday.

After the show introduced the popular star with dramatic music and a promise of “no spoilers” Piers turned to him and asked: “Are you H?”

Adrian left the question hanging in the air as he sat in silence, before he glared at Piers and replied: “I can’t tell you.”

But the star delighted viewers when he teased the huge upcoming final and said: “We’ve got this big finale, a lot of interrogation, everyone is locked in.

“We’re doing incredible numbers. It seems to have kicked off to 8 million.

“The public are great, they come up and go ‘We love the show don’t tell us.’ Everyone loves the twists and turns.”

Piers admitted he’d be so upset if H turned out to be a bent copper and asked him another two times to discuss Ted’s moral compass.

But Adrian wouldn’t budge, and replied: “Well you know, Sunday night, 9 o’clock, tune in with the rest of us and you’ll find out mate.”

Line of Duty fans were left stunned at the latest episode when the thriller’s hero Supt Ted Hastings was arrested under suspicion of being the one thing he despises – a bent copper.

Line of Duty's latest instalment saw Ted Hastings arrested on suspicion of corruption
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Line of Duty’s latest instalment saw Ted Hastings arrested on suspicion of corruption[/caption]

The leader of anti-corruption unit pleaded his innocence before insisting he was being framed as the dreaded H, the police chief working with gangsters from inside the force.

Ted has been acting suspiciously in series five of Jed Mercurio’s cop drama, and there’s plenty of evidence to suggest he might not be all he seems.

But devotees of the BBC1 show will also struggle to accept that the AC-12 icon could do anything other than do his duty – and to the letter.

Ted's reckless behaviour could be for any number of reasons
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Ted’s reckless behaviour could be for any number of reasons[/caption]

If Ted was working with gangsters for money, then he would surely not be in the financial difficulty he is.

And the criminals do not appear to have anything to blackmail him with.


Ted did receive a suspicious £50,000 from cop-turned-investment manager Mark Moffatt – but he claimed he did not know what was going to be in the envelope and he probably assumed it was just compensation for the cash he lost in the property scheme.

As for the laptop Ted may be destroying, it could be for any number of reasons.

And his more reckless behaviour, including the solo prison visit to gangster Lee Banks and barging into the surveillance operation on the gang, may just be him resorting to desperate measures to catch the criminals.

And four other mysteries…

THERE are several other Line Of Duty questions we still need answering . . . 

  • What’s the Northern Ireland connection between Supt Ted Hastings and DI John Corbett?
  • Is former cop Mark Moffatt really working for a property company or is he a middle man for gangsters?
  • Who is Lisa McQueen? Is she an undercover cop or criminal?
  • What was the relevance of the failed attempt by DS Steve Arnott and DS Sam Railston to get it on in the bedroom?

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