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A total of 135 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 512 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM69A1 Telecommunication Masts;amdt. Line 7: proposed by Joan Walley
EDM714 Jobs At Manesty Engineering proposed by Eddie Loyden
EDM715 Newroz proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM696A1 Report Of The Parliamentary Commissioner For Standards;amdt. Line 2: proposed by Peter Lloyd
EDM716 Chancellor Of The Exchequer proposed by Tony Banks
EDM717 Wyre Borough Council And The Imposition Of Car Parking Charges proposed by Keith Mans
EDM718 Social Security (S.i., 1997, No. 792) proposed by Liz Lynne
EDM719 Social Security (S.i., 1997, No. 852) proposed by Liz Lynne
EDM720 Blood Sports proposed by Tony Banks
EDM721 Manchester United Supporters proposed by Tony Banks
EDM722 Hermitage Site proposed by Mildred Gordon
EDM723 Reform Of The National Non-Domestic Rate proposed by David Rendel
EDM724 Animal Welfare And Animal Rights proposed by David Steel
EDM725 Policies Of Animal Rights Organisations proposed by David Steel
EDM726 Misuse Of Funds By Animal Rights Organisations proposed by David Steel
EDM727 Northern Ireland Airport Police proposed by Andrew Mackinlay
EDM728 Sir Robin Butler And Cabinet Rules proposed by Andrew Mackinlay

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM696A1 Report Of The Parliamentary Commissioner For Standards;amdt. Line 2: (45 signatures)
  2. EDM689 Minewater Discharge (32 signatures)
  3. EDM696 Report Of The Parliamentary Commissioner For Standards (21 signatures)
  4. EDM713 Transport Committee Inquiry Into Railway Job Losses (13 signatures)
  5. EDM701 Benefits Agency Medical Service (13 signatures)
  6. EDM637 Operation Black Vote (12 signatures)
  7. EDM668 RIGHT HONOURABLE MEMBER FOR MAIDSTONE'S VISITS TO PRISONS (10 signatures)
  8. EDM691 Mr. Paul Daniels (9 signatures)
  9. EDM694 Ogunwobi Family (9 signatures)
  10. EDM685 Countryside Undercover (8 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Mike Hall (47 signatures)
  2. Bill Etherington (35 signatures)
  3. Mike Gapes (29 signatures)
  4. John Gunnell (26 signatures)
  5. Simon Hughes (24 signatures)
  6. Win Griffiths (21 signatures)
  7. Maria Fyfe (16 signatures)
  8. Jim Callaghan (16 signatures)
  9. Don Touhig (15 signatures)
  10. David Alton (12 signatures)
  11. Ken Livingstone (11 signatures)

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