Large cracks in wall above steel beam and in chimney breasts

Hi Tony

This is a load bearing wall above where the steel went in below. It is the beginning of the bedroom wall and leads into chimney breast.

The plasterer also uncovered chimney breast and revealed very poor brickwork here and the lintel is removed. See pics
 

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In your 5th pic, the poor brickwork appears to be by whoever bricked up the fireplace- the left hand side of the actual chimney looks quite decent, can't see the right. May be worth going a bit higher with your plaster removal, quite likely you'll find the original brick arch in there rather than a straight lintel.
 
Looks like wall supported was assumed to be ok, brickwork should have all been exposed before the steel went in to confim it wasnt holding up a pile of dust, which it appears to be.
 

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