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The House of Lords is due to vote today on two amendments that could wreck the government's controversial health and social care bill.
Lord Rea has tabled an amendment that would deny the bill a second reading. Rea said in the Lords yesterday that the plans had not been in either the Lib Dem or Tory manifestos, or the coalition agreement, so peers ought to oppose them.
And Lords Owen and Hennessy have tabled an amendment that would kick the bill into a special select committee