A small moment in the recent Peaky Blinders episode has convinced fans about who the 'black cat' is 1 week ago

A small moment in the recent Peaky Blinders episode has convinced fans about who the 'black cat' is

You may have noticed it.

As always, if you haven't seen the most recent episode of Peaky Blinders, consider this to be your spoiler alert.

God bless Polly Gray!

Just when it looked like Linda would exact revenge for Arthur's brutal attack on her Quaker friend, Polly was on hand to pull the trigger and save his life.

Granted, we're not entirely sure if Linda is dead - more on that here - but there's still the mystery of the traitor in Tommy's organisation to contend with.

After all, the Billy Boys knew exactly where Aberama Gold was camped and Oswald Mosley also knows an awful lot of details about Michael's time in New York, and the marriage between Linda and Arthur.

Given the fact that Tommy has a lot of enemies, it's possible to argue that so many characters could be the traitor.

We've already made cases for Esme and Polly, but one moment in the most recent episode was quite telling.

Did anyone else notice the little look between Oswald Mosley and Michael Gray's wife, Gina?

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Well, that quick glance has led to an awful lot of questions.

Since arriving in Birmingham, there have been plenty of question marks about Gina because she seems distant, combative, and desperate to return to New York.

During the ballet, there was a brief moment when they looked at each other and it seemed quite telling.

It's also interesting that Gina knew the appropriate title that was bestowed on Mosley.

Is she the traitor?

Some people are convinced that's the case.

To conclude, here's a very interesting point from previous seasons...