Matteo Salvini is trying to collapse the government in which he serves as deputy prime minister in order to seize power for himself [Remo Casilli/Reuters]

Italian senators have been called back from their summer holidays to set a date to debate a motion of no confidence in the government.

Leaders of Senate groups on Monday failed to reach an agreement over a timetable and the issue will now come to the entire chamber on Tuesday.

The far-right League party said last week its coalition with the anti-establishment 5-Star Movement had broken down, with the League leader Matteo Salvini demanding early elections, triggering a government crisis.

The League and its right-wing allies Forza Italia and Brothers of Italy (Fratelli d’Italia) wanted a no-confidence vote in Prime

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