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A total of 155 mps proposed 18 motions and submitted a total of 405 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM644 Contractorisation proposed by Peter Hardy
EDM645 Tayside Health Board And Meigle Cottage Hospital proposed by Bill Walker
EDM646 Train Service From London To West Midlands proposed by Tony Wright
EDM647 Local Government (S.i., 1994, No. 338) proposed by Margaret Beckett
EDM648 Local Government (S.i., 1994, No. 339) proposed by Margaret Beckett
EDM649 Sittings Of The House proposed by Tony Wright
EDM650 Stirling District Council And The Hms Victorious proposed by Alex Salmond
EDM652 The Best Sex Guide proposed by Christopher Gill
EDM653 Closure Of Commonwealth Institute proposed by Tony Worthington
EDM654 Judge Rhys Davies And The Law Of Provocation proposed by Harry Cohen
EDM655 Conduct Of The Honourable Member For Liverpool,broadgreen,and Cancer Services In;north Wales proposed by Dafydd Wigley
EDM656 Mobility Allowance And The Disabled Blind proposed by Jeremy Bray
EDM657 Arms Sales To Indonesia proposed by John Battle
EDM658 Ira Extradition Orders proposed by Harry Barnes
EDM659 Impact Of Sanctions On Iraq proposed by Harry Barnes
EDM660 Waterloo Cup proposed by Harry Cohen
EDM631A1 Stirling District Council Service Cuts;amdt. Line 1: proposed by Bill Walker

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM630 Dismissal Of Sue Machin (33 signatures)
  2. EDM660 Waterloo Cup (20 signatures)
  3. EDM525 Continuing Imprisonment Of Neil Latimer (17 signatures)
  4. EDM641 March Against Racism (16 signatures)
  5. EDM635 National Minimum Wage (14 signatures)
  6. EDM636 Privatisation Of The National Health Service (13 signatures)
  7. EDM312 Zoo Directives (13 signatures)
  8. EDM623 Commonwealth Institute (13 signatures)
  9. EDM640 Omasese Lumumba (12 signatures)
  10. EDM637 Privatisation Of The National Health Service (No. 2) (12 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John Battle (27 signatures)
  2. Nigel Jones (23 signatures)
  3. Mike Watson (18 signatures)
  4. John Heppell (14 signatures)
  5. Gerry Steinberg (13 signatures)
  6. David Clelland (13 signatures)
  7. Tom Cox (11 signatures)
  8. Colin Pickthall (11 signatures)
  9. Maria Fyfe (10 signatures)
  10. Tony Banks (9 signatures)
  11. David Marshall (7 signatures)

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