Inside Politics: PM faces rebellion on changes to social care plan

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TeaThere is no rest for the wicked here. Two weeks after dealing with the Patterson scandal and then slashing rail plans, Boris Johnson is now potentially facing a backbench revolt by lawmakers angry over his social care plans, which last week secretly sat on high in Westminster. Was resting. The play of votes on the second job and the presence of the prime minister in a selection committee. Labor and some Red Wall Tories are expressing concern over changes to social care cost caps, saying they will affect the poorest the most. A vote is expected at 10 a.m. tonight and with Downing Street unlikely to lose it, moving through the plans will further worsen No. 10’s relationship with its northern lawmakers, whose patience has already been met with the PM’s” Testing is being done on the agenda of leveling up. Elsewhere, MPs are using private companies to slash their tax bills, Priti Patel is coming under pressure at migrant crossings and the EU is calling on Britain to “stop the currency” in Brexit talks.

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The Commons sits with Home Office questions from 2.30 pm and will then hear statements or urgent questions after the weekend. Most of the afternoon he will participate in a debate on the health and social care bill, with a possible vote tonight.

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