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Boris Johnson is facing a significant rebellion in the House of Commons next week over the nationality and borders bill with at least 27 Tory MPs backing an amendment that would allow asylum seekers to work in the UK while awaiting the result of their applicationThe insistence of pursuin.

Conservative peers have already inflicted a defeat on the prime minister in the House of Lords over the amendmentwe are simply not in a position to send our health care workers outsid, which was put forward by Baroness Philippa Stroud, former head of the Centre for Social Justice think-tank.

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It also has the support of all the opposition parties in the Commons and 39 Conservative peers, including Lord Jo Johnson — brother of the prime minister — and Baroness Ruth Davidson.

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