Liberal Democrat's put down the motion on the order paper but have won support from some Labour and Tory backbenchers.They claim that the proposals, due to be voted on tonight (Wednesday) in the commons, will damage the UK information technology, engineering and offshore contracting industries.While they admit that there is some unacceptable tax avoidance by people quitting companies and then being rehired as consultants, the MPs say there must be further consultation with industry before the detailed proposals are enacted.
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