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State of the parties: How does the Commons look after Tory rebels lose party whip

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State of the parties: How does the Commons look after Tory rebels lose party whip

State of the parties: How does the Commons look after Tory rebels lose party whip

A look at how the Government and Opposition benches stand after 21 Tory MPs lost their party whip.

The move came after a crucial Commons vote saw the Government defeated, on the same day Prime Minister Boris Johnson lost his working majority.

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