David Cameron is facing a rebellion in the House of Commons over his policy on the European Union's long-term budget.
The prime minister has told his European counterparts the budget should be frozen in real terms.
But dozens of Tory MPs have signed an amendment backing a cut, and Labour also say it should be reduced.
MPs are due to debate the EU's 2014-2020 budget proposals in what is being seen as a test of Mr Cameron's authority on Europe.
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