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A total of 166 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 565 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM476 Select Committees And The Executive proposed by Gordon Prentice
EDM477 Sunderland Afc And The Community proposed by Stephen Hepburn
EDM478 Burma (No. 2) proposed by Mike Hancock
EDM479 Closure Of Barclays Bank Todmorden proposed by Chris McCafferty
EDM480 Dfee Sex And Relationships Guidance proposed by Chris McCafferty
EDM481 Safety In The Sea-Fishing Industry proposed by Andrew George
EDM474A1 Campaign For The English Regions;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Andrew George
EDM471A1 Citizen Card;amdt. Line 2: proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM482 SERLE'S HOUSE, WINCHESTER proposed by Mike Hancock
EDM286A1 Intellectual Property;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Alan Simpson
EDM483 Hedgerows And Landscape Features proposed by Desmond Turner
EDM484 National Strategy For The UK Textile And Clothing Industry proposed by Judy Mallaber
EDM485 Barclays Bank Closures (No. 2) proposed by Alan Hurst
EDM432A1 Bnfl Nuclear Facility At Sellafield;amdt. Line 7: proposed by Llew Smith
EDM486 Weekly Weigh-Ins proposed by Desmond Turner
EDM384A1 Freedom Of Information In Local Government;amdt. Line 3: proposed by Bill Michie
EDM487 Sanctions On Iraq proposed by Tam Dalyell

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM484 National Strategy For The UK Textile And Clothing Industry (41 signatures)
  2. EDM480 Dfee Sex And Relationships Guidance (36 signatures)
  3. EDM474 Campaign For The English Regions (22 signatures)
  4. EDM483 Hedgerows And Landscape Features (21 signatures)
  5. EDM472 Smoke Detectors (14 signatures)
  6. EDM470 Commonwealth Day On Monday 13 March 2000 (14 signatures)
  7. EDM463 Areas Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (12 signatures)
  8. EDM473 Home Front Workers (12 signatures)
  9. EDM461 Nhs And The Pay Review Body (11 signatures)
  10. EDM462 Speeding Traffic In The Countryside (11 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Alan Simpson (150 signatures)
  2. Nigel Jones (20 signatures)
  3. Rudi Vis (18 signatures)
  4. Vincent Cable (16 signatures)
  5. Jeremy Corbyn (16 signatures)
  6. Ashok Kumar (13 signatures)
  7. Russell Brown (12 signatures)
  8. John McWilliam (11 signatures)
  9. David Taylor (11 signatures)
  10. Paul Keetch (10 signatures)
  11. Mike Hancock (10 signatures)

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