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A total of 151 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 760 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM749 Future Of Community Health Councils In The Bristol And District Health Authority proposed by Dawn Primarolo
EDM750 Conduct Of The Honourable Member For Bath proposed by Roger Berry
EDM751 Swansea V Australia proposed by Alan Williams
EDM752 Beer Supply Orders 1989 proposed by Paul Tyler
EDM753 Minimum Pay proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM754 Future Of Magnox Reactors proposed by Martyn Jones
EDM734A1 Election Of President Clinton;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Terry Davis
EDM744A1 U.s. Presidential Election And Conservative Party Advisers;amdt. Line 8: proposed by Terry Davis
EDM755 Conservation Of Lowlands & Peatlands (No2) proposed by Kevin Hughes
EDM701A1 Research Programme Into Child Sexual Abuse;amdt. Line 5: proposed by Joan Walley
EDM756 Vauxhall Engine Investment proposed by Andrew Miller
EDM757 Regional Crime Squad Arrangements For Wales proposed by Alun Michael
EDM758 Saving Of A Prime Minister proposed by Jim Hood
EDM660A2 Acp Sugar;amdt. Line 11: proposed by Ron Leighton
EDM667A1 President Of The Board Of Trade And Parcelforce;amdt. Line 1: proposed by Richard Page

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM756 Vauxhall Engine Investment (31 signatures)
  2. EDM751 Swansea V Australia (25 signatures)
  3. EDM755 Conservation Of Lowlands & Peatlands (No2) (21 signatures)
  4. EDM743 Proposed Closures Of Laundries, Libraries And Schools In Wolverhampton (21 signatures)
  5. EDM740 BURNSALL'S, 10 DOWNING ST,SMETHWICK (20 signatures)
  6. EDM744 U.s. Presidential Election And Conservative Party Advisers (20 signatures)
  7. EDM737 Bounty On Mr Salman Rushdie (18 signatures)
  8. EDM738 Chairman Of British Coal (18 signatures)
  9. EDM734 Election Of President Clinton (18 signatures)
  10. EDM745 Proposed Closure Of Cannon (17 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Bill Etherington (42 signatures)
  2. Harry Cohen (41 signatures)
  3. Colin Pickthall (39 signatures)
  4. Paul Murphy (33 signatures)
  5. Michael Clapham (32 signatures)
  6. Joyce Quin (30 signatures)
  7. Mike Hall (25 signatures)
  8. Ernie Ross (21 signatures)
  9. William McKelvey (21 signatures)
  10. John McAllion (20 signatures)
  11. Alice Mahon (19 signatures)

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