The House of Lords has voted to "regret" the government's latest changes to disability benefits, and has called for a review of the impact.
The government intends to prevent any increase in the kind of people who can claim Personal Independence Payments or PIPs. The move follows a court ruling that widened the criteria, and would allow people with mental illnesses to be able to claim help with travel.
A Lib Dem attempt to kill off the government changes failed. But the Labour motion, which simply criticises the government, was carried by 162 votes to 154. However, the motion has no material effect on the benefit.