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A total of 90 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 668 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM219 Go Ahead Group proposed by David Clelland
EDM220 Safeway, Gateshead proposed by David Clelland
EDM221 Conduct Of The Honourable Member For Angus East And J.m. Barrie (No. 2) proposed by Bill Walker
EDM222 Conduct Of Councillor Ronald Smith proposed by Chris Mullin
EDM223 Indicators For The UK Environment proposed by Andrew Robathan
EDM224 Prestwick International Airport And The Export Of Calves proposed by John McAllion
EDM225 Capping Limit For Birmingham City Council proposed by Richard Burden
EDM226 Underspending On Energy Savings Trust proposed by Bridget Prentice
EDM227 RCN'S RIGHT TO NURSE CAMPAIGN proposed by Archy Kirkwood
EDM228 Mordechai Vanunu proposed by Gerald Bermingham
EDM229 Mr Guo Bing Guang proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM230 Job Losses At Gallahers Cigarette Distribution Unit, Northolt proposed by Harry Greenway
EDM231 National Health Service (S.i. 1994, No. 2954) proposed by Margaret Beckett
EDM232 Medicines (S.i., 1994, No. 3050) proposed by Margaret Beckett
EDM233 Medicines (S.i., 1994, No. 3119) proposed by Margaret Beckett

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM218 Continuing Human Rights Violations In Iraq (21 signatures)
  2. EDM209 Young People Of The World (16 signatures)
  3. EDM196 Student Loans Company (16 signatures)
  4. EDM207 Democracy Party Trial (13 signatures)
  5. EDM226 Underspending On Energy Savings Trust (13 signatures)
  6. EDM200 Blockade Against Cuba (13 signatures)
  7. EDM216 Abductions In Kigali (11 signatures)
  8. EDM224 Prestwick International Airport And The Export Of Calves (10 signatures)
  9. EDM186 Fiftieth Anniversary Of Victory: War Widows And Service Widows (10 signatures)
  10. EDM195 PENSIONERS' RIGHTS (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Thomas Graham (138 signatures)
  2. Mike Hall (67 signatures)
  3. Anne Campbell (60 signatures)
  4. Allan Rogers (53 signatures)
  5. Eddie Loyden (32 signatures)
  6. Michael Clapham (22 signatures)
  7. Jeremy Corbyn (19 signatures)
  8. Jim Dowd (17 signatures)
  9. Roger Godsiff (16 signatures)
  10. Alan Milburn (14 signatures)
  11. Dennis Skinner (10 signatures)

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