The government's proposed law on illegal migration failed to pass its second reading in the Commons after opposition MPs voted against it.
The bill will now face further legislative hurdles.
The government is accused of not taking the bill seriously, as Chancellor Rishi Sunak was absent from the country at the time of the debate and the debate was delayed until late in the day.
The government's proposed illegal migration bill failed to pass its second reading in the Commons.
Suella Braverman, the home secretary, accused the opposition of wanting "open borders and unlimited migration".
The government is accused of not taking the bill seriously, with Chancellor Sunak absent during the debate and the debate itself delayed until late in the day.
The Guardian characterises the government's actions as lacking commitment in getting the bill passed, while The Telegraph seemingly focuses on the opposition's alleged attitude towards migration.
Despite the bill's failure to pass, it will continue to face further legislative hurdles.