Ministers have won a Commons vote over their controversial ID cards plan but their majority was cut from 67 to 31.

Conservatives, Liberal Democrats and 20 rebel Labour MPs voted against the bill's second reading.
Earlier Home Secretary Charles Clarke told MPs ID cards would help counter, not create, a "big brother society".

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