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A total of 237 mps proposed 18 motions and submitted a total of 752 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM614 School Absence Rates proposed by Jimmy Dunnachie
EDM615 Labour Party And Education proposed by Ivan Lawrence
EDM581A2 UK And Single Currency;amdt. Line 7: proposed by David Nicholson
EDM599A3 Bicycles;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Denis MacShane
EDM616 Gulf War Veterans proposed by Martin Redmond
EDM617 Tribute To Astronaut Doctor Michael Foale proposed by Michael Marshall
EDM594A1 Hunt Trespassers On Railway Lines;amdt. Line 7: proposed by Peter Hardy
EDM594A2 Hunt Trespassers On Railway Lines;amdt. Line 13: proposed by Peter Hardy
EDM618 Local Government (Scotland) (S.i., 1995, No. 340) proposed by Tony Blair
EDM619 World Summit For Social Development proposed by Jean Corston
EDM620 Local Government Finance And St Helens proposed by John Evans
EDM621 Rail Privatisation And Scottish Tourism proposed by Alex Salmond
EDM622 European Union And Movement Of People proposed by Max Madden
EDM623 Human Rights In The Ivory Coast proposed by Dawn Primarolo
EDM624 Future Of The Blood Transfusion Service proposed by Eric Illsley
EDM610A1 Mortgage Payers At Risk;amdt. Line 1: proposed by Stephen Day
EDM625 Crime Prevention And Small Businesses proposed by Mike Hall
EDM626 Take-Over Bid By Glaxo For Wellcome proposed by Jim Cousins

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM619 World Summit For Social Development (97 signatures)
  2. EDM615 Labour Party And Education (48 signatures)
  3. EDM605 Filming In Committee Rooms (39 signatures)
  4. EDM610 Mortgage Payers At Risk (23 signatures)
  5. EDM613 Director General Of Water Services And Compulsory Water Metering (22 signatures)
  6. EDM607 Killings In East Timor, 16 October 1975 (22 signatures)
  7. EDM612 Use By The House Of Fair Trade Foodstuffs (20 signatures)
  8. EDM601 Brazilian Mahogany Zero Imports (19 signatures)
  9. EDM608 Mrs Victoria Omoulabi: Appeal Against Deportation (18 signatures)
  10. EDM623 Human Rights In The Ivory Coast (17 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Ken Livingstone (46 signatures)
  2. Mike Hall (41 signatures)
  3. Jack Thompson (39 signatures)
  4. Roger Godsiff (38 signatures)
  5. Michael Clapham (23 signatures)
  6. John Evans (23 signatures)
  7. Edward O'Hara (21 signatures)
  8. Angela Eagle (20 signatures)
  9. John Battle (17 signatures)
  10. Richard Burden (16 signatures)
  11. John Heppell (15 signatures)

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