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A total of 166 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 594 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM428A1 Press Reports;amdt. Line 2: proposed by Frank Cook
EDM430 "play It Safe" Child Safety Campaign proposed by Llin Golding
EDM431 Confiscation Of Terrorist Funds proposed by Max Madden
EDM432 Northumbria Ambulance Service proposed by Roland Boyes
EDM433 Mental Health Act Commission And Hackney Hospital proposed by Brian Sedgemore
EDM434 Yanomami Indian Reservation, Brazil proposed by Jacques Arnold
EDM435 Sunday Trading-Small Shops proposed by Donald Anderson
EDM371A2 Patients And Customers In The N.h.s.;amdt. Line 14: proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM436 Crime proposed by Peter Hardy
EDM437 Public Appointments In Wales proposed by Rhodri Morgan
EDM438 Dungeness Magnox Power Station proposed by Frank Cook
EDM402A4 Daily Mirror And Daily Record;amdt. Line 3: proposed by Patrick Nicholls
EDM424A1 Head Of The Security Service;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Dave Nellist
EDM439 London Weekend Television 1991 London Lecture proposed by Tony Banks
EDM416A1 Secretary-General Of The United Nations;amdt. Line 5: proposed by Bob Cryer
EDM440 Rights Of Shop Workers proposed by Bob Cryer
EDM441 Sunday Trading - Post Christmas 1991 proposed by Alun Michael

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM401 Mr John Smillie (44 signatures)
  2. EDM419 Accession Of North Korea And South Korea To The United Nations (33 signatures)
  3. EDM416 Secretary-General Of The United Nations (23 signatures)
  4. EDM402 Daily Mirror And Daily Record (20 signatures)
  5. EDM424 Head Of The Security Service (17 signatures)
  6. EDM439 London Weekend Television 1991 London Lecture (16 signatures)
  7. EDM421 Current System Of Cold Weather Payments (15 signatures)
  8. EDM422 Homelessness In Scotland (15 signatures)
  9. EDM418 Threat To The Workshop At Cardiff Institute For The Blind (14 signatures)
  10. EDM426 British Workers Rights & The Social Charter (13 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Jack Thompson (60 signatures)
  2. Roland Boyes (49 signatures)
  3. Allan Rogers (32 signatures)
  4. Eric Illsley (24 signatures)
  5. Roy Hughes (21 signatures)
  6. Tony Banks (18 signatures)
  7. Bill Michie (16 signatures)
  8. Ernie Ross (15 signatures)
  9. John McAllion (13 signatures)
  10. Peter Hardy (12 signatures)
  11. Peter L Pike (11 signatures)

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