Nearly 100 backbenchers defied the party whip to vote against the Government on Tuesday, with almost half of the Prime Minister's MPs voting against the introduction of compulsory Covid passes in nightclubs and large venues in England.
The mutiny is thought to be the second biggest any sitting Tory prime minister has ever faced, after 118 backbenchers defeated Theresa May's Brexit deal in 2019 – and greater than the biggest rebellions faced by David Cameron, Sir John Major and Margaret Thatcher.
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