MPs will today debate the controversial Housing and Planning Bill after it faced a demolition job in the House of Lords.
As the "ping-pong" between the Commons and the Lords begins in earnest, the Government looks set to challenge the votes in lost.
"We will be seeking to overturn the amendments," the Prime Minister's official spokesman said today.
But Labour thinks Tory MPs are increasingly sympathetic to the "extreme" Bill that subsidises well-off buyers while council house tenants face rent hikes
Including four defeats on "pay to stay" - charging better-off council house tenants full marker rates - here are 21 areas ministers will attempt to unpick.