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Air Pollution In London

EDM number 115 in 1989-90, proposed by Joan Ruddock on 29/11/1989.

That this House notes the dangerous levels of air pollution, arising primarily from road traffic, recorded in London in the past 24 hours; and calls on all relevant Government departments to ensure that corrective measures are introduced immediately to comply with World Health Organisation safety standards to protect the health of the fifth of the population known to be at risk from such noxious atmospheric pollution.

This motion has been signed by a total of 30 MPs, 1 of these signatures have been withdrawn.

Joan Ruddock29/11/1989Lewisham, DeptfordProposed
Joan Walley29/11/1989Stoke-on-Trent NorthSigned
David Hinchliffe30/11/1989WakefieldSigned
Bill Michie30/11/1989Sheffield, HeeleySigned
Keith Bradley30/11/1989Manchester, WithingtonSigned
Harry Barnes30/11/1989North East DerbyshireSigned
Tom Cox01/12/1989TootingSigned
Eric Illsley04/12/1989Barnsley CentralSigned
John Cummings04/12/1989EasingtonSigned
John Battle04/12/1989Leeds WestSigned
Roland Boyes05/12/1989Houghton and WashingtonSigned
Frank Cook05/12/1989Stockton NorthSigned
Win Griffiths05/12/1989BridgendSigned
James Wray05/12/1989Glasgow ProvanSigned
Rhodri Morgan06/12/1989Cardiff WestSigned
Audrey Wise06/12/1989PrestonSigned
Richard Caborn06/12/1989Sheffield CentralSigned
Tony Lloyd06/12/1989StretfordSigned
Max Madden07/12/1989Bradford WestSigned
Harry Cohen07/12/1989LeytonSigned
Jeremy Corbyn07/12/1989Islington NorthSigned
Diane Abbott08/12/1989Hackney North & Stoke NewingtonSigned
Alice Mahon11/12/1989HalifaxSigned
Peter Pike14/12/1989BurnleySigned
John Fraser08/01/1990NorwoodSigned
Dawn Primarolo11/01/1990Bristol SouthSigned
Eddie Loyden12/01/1990Liverpool, GarstonSigned
Tommy Graham18/01/1990Renfrew West and InverclydeSigned
Martyn Jones31/01/1990Clwyd South WestSigned
Norman BuchanUnknownWithdrawn

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