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It's a reflection of his ability to cover his tracks, silence witnesses, and of his trusted briefs' knowledge of legal loopholes that Phil's only been in prison a few times.

He goes into a partnership with The Queen Victoria public house, along with his younger brother, Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp), and Grant's fiancee, Sharon Watts(Letitia Dean) but they buy the upstairs house above it.

Not to mention his son and daughter - Ben and Louise. 29 year-old Phil made his first appearance in Albert Square, buying the mechanics, The Arches.

Phil comforted her and one time slept with her, something he regretted.

In early 1994 Phil bought a flat for a pittance off Frank Butcher.

It's a reflection of his ability to cover his tracks, silence witnesses, and of his trusted briefs' knowledge of legal loopholes that Phil's only been in prison a few times.

He goes into a partnership with The Queen Victoria public house, along with his younger brother, Grant Mitchell (Ross Kemp), and Grant's fiancee, Sharon Watts(Letitia Dean) but they buy the upstairs house above it.

Not to mention his son and daughter - Ben and Louise. 29 year-old Phil made his first appearance in Albert Square, buying the mechanics, The Arches.

Phil comforted her and one time slept with her, something he regretted.

In early 1994 Phil bought a flat for a pittance off Frank Butcher.

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