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Blair facing crunch terror vote

Chancellor Gordon Brown and Foreign Secretary Jack Straw have cut short high level foreign trips as Tony Blair fights to avoid defeat on terror plans. MPs are expected to vote at about 1630 GMT on allowing police to hold terror suspects for 90 days without charge. The Tories, Lib Dems and enough Labour MPs oppose the plans to mean the result is seen as being on a knife-edge. Full Story

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