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A total of 183 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 955 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM537A1 Independent Pay Review Body For University Academic And Related Staff;amdt. Line 5: proposed by Frank Cook
EDM547 Labour Policy On Taxation proposed by Richard Tracey
EDM544A1 Maastricht Statement On Racism And Xenophobia;amdt. Line 14: proposed by Bob Cryer
EDM548 Management Of A Hypothetical Labour Government Majority proposed by Jacques Arnold
EDM549 Labour Taxation Plans proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM539A1 Computer Evidence In Poll Tax Cases;amdt. Line 3: proposed by Jacques Arnold
EDM550 The Chancellor, The Chief Secretary And Statistics proposed by Alan Williams
EDM551 Unemployment proposed by Ron Brown
EDM552 Steel Production (Scotland) proposed by Terry Fields
EDM553 North Norfolk Villages proposed by Ronnie Fearn
EDM554 Privatisation And The Image Of Welsh Water proposed by Alun Michael
EDM555 Trecwn, Pembrokeshire proposed by Geraint Howells
EDM556 Daily Mirror And The Conservative Party proposed by Brian Wilson
EDM557 Privatisation Of Prisons proposed by Ron Leighton
EDM92A1 Water Fluoridation;amdt. Line 15: proposed by Bill Michie
EDM558 Bloody Sunday proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM559 Nursing Homes proposed by John P Smith

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM549 Labour Taxation Plans (31 signatures)
  2. EDM533 Standing Charges (25 signatures)
  3. EDM535 Opencast Coalmining At Pwll Du (25 signatures)
  4. EDM548 Management Of A Hypothetical Labour Government Majority (24 signatures)
  5. EDM534 Education Funding For Ethnic Minorities (22 signatures)
  6. EDM554 Privatisation And The Image Of Welsh Water (22 signatures)
  7. EDM547 Labour Policy On Taxation (20 signatures)
  8. EDM541 Treatment Of Domestic Pets At Bath Royal United Hospital (18 signatures)
  9. EDM559 Nursing Homes (18 signatures)
  10. EDM544 Maastricht Statement On Racism And Xenophobia (18 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Thomas Graham (104 signatures)
  2. Kim Howells (67 signatures)
  3. Michael Welsh (60 signatures)
  4. John P Smith (49 signatures)
  5. Edward O'Hara (48 signatures)
  6. Ken Livingstone (47 signatures)
  7. John Cummings (25 signatures)
  8. Eric Illsley (20 signatures)
  9. Robert Parry (19 signatures)
  10. Joan Lestor (18 signatures)
  11. Tony Banks (17 signatures)

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