'Dozens of Conservative MPs' prepared to break ranks and vote for rebel amendment

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The Tory rebellion over Boris Johnson's "rule by fiat" grew today as at least a dozen more backbenchers indicated they would vote for a rebel amendment. About 50 to 60 Conservative MPs have now said they are ready to break ranks if an amendment giving Parliament a veto on the use of emergency powers is put to the vote on Wednesday, the Standard has learned.
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The Tory rebellion over Boris Johnson's "rule by fiat" grew today as at least a dozen more backbenchers indicated they would vote for a rebel amendment.

About 50 to 60 Conservative MPs have now said they are ready to break ranks if an amendment giving Parliament a veto on the use of emergency powers is put to the vote on…
JOE MURPHY
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