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EDM number 2883 in 2005-06, proposed by Andrew Dismore on 31/10/2006.

That this House welcomes the fact that while bus usage has been declining on the whole in the UK, London has seen bus passenger numbers increase by 40 per cent. in the last six years, thanks to effective regulation, prudent and sustained investment and political support; acknowledges that the London bus network is now the most comprehensive in Europe, offering a modern, efficient and reliable alternative to the car; and welcomes the Mayor of London's measures to build on this success through schemes offering free bus travel for under 16s and under 18s in full-time education, helping families, and enabling young people much greater access to education, employment and other opportunities.

This motion has been signed by a total of 19 MPs.

Andrew Dismore31/10/2006HendonLabourProposed
Bob Spink31/10/2006Castle PointConservativeSeconded
Jeremy Corbyn01/11/2006Islington NorthLabourSeconded
Ann Cryer01/11/2006KeighleyLabourSeconded
Rudi Vis01/11/2006Finchley and Golders GreenLabourSeconded
Mike Hancock01/11/2006Portsmouth SouthLiberal DemocratSeconded
David Hamilton02/11/2006MidlothianLabourSigned
Angus MacNeil02/11/2006Na h-Eileanan an IarScottish National PartySigned
Desmond Turner02/11/2006Brighton, KemptownLabourSigned
Vincent Cable02/11/2006TwickenhamLiberal DemocratSigned
David Lepper02/11/2006Brighton, PavilionLabourSigned
Lynne Jones02/11/2006Birmingham, Selly OakLabourSigned
Brian Jenkins06/11/2006TamworthLabourSigned
John McDonnell06/11/2006Hayes and HarlingtonLabourSigned
Bill Etherington06/11/2006Sunderland NorthLabourSigned
Mark Fisher06/11/2006Stoke-on-Trent CentralLabourSigned
David Anderson06/11/2006BlaydonLabourSigned
Kelvin Hopkins07/11/2006Luton NorthLabourSigned
Janet Dean07/11/2006BurtonLabourSigned

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