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A total of 158 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 496 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1440A1 Slavery In Cocoa Production;amdt. Line 8: proposed by Bill Wiggin
EDM1490A4 First Past The Post And Future Elections To The European Parliament;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Richard Burden
EDM1507 Amina Lawal proposed by Paul Stinchcombe
EDM1508 Bruges Group Pamphlet And Eu Spending proposed by John Redwood
EDM1509 UN CONVENTION ON CHILDREN'S RIGHTS proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM1510 Foster Care Fortnight proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM1511 Linlithgow Rose Football Club proposed by Alex Salmond
EDM1512 Monkeys As Pets proposed by Colin Breed
EDM1349A1 Future Of Farming;amdt. Line 6: proposed by Ann Winterton
EDM1513 The Director Of Public Prosecutions And Diversity proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM1514 Tanzanian Air Traffic Control System proposed by Norman Lamb
EDM1515 Using The Public Credit proposed by Austin Mitchell
EDM1516 Herbal Remedies - A National Solution proposed by Brian Iddon
EDM1517 Western Sahara Referendum proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM1518 Trade Unions And Their Contribution To Society proposed by Alex Salmond

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1498 Argos And Compulsory Sunday Working In Scotland (16 signatures)
  2. EDM1502 Badger Snares (16 signatures)
  3. EDM1501 Death Penalty In The United States (15 signatures)
  4. EDM1457 Trade Justice Campaign (15 signatures)
  5. EDM1440 Slavery In Cocoa Production (11 signatures)
  6. EDM1466 Hepatitis C Compensation (10 signatures)
  7. EDM451 Air Weapons (10 signatures)
  8. EDM1516 Herbal Remedies - A National Solution (10 signatures)
  9. EDM633 India And Pakistan (9 signatures)
  10. EDM1504 Debate Of Early Day Motions (9 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Paul Marsden (40 signatures)
  2. Clive Efford (24 signatures)
  3. Richard Burden (19 signatures)
  4. Lindsay Hoyle (18 signatures)
  5. Philip Hammond (14 signatures)
  6. Hywel Williams (14 signatures)
  7. David Taylor (13 signatures)
  8. Jeremy Corbyn (13 signatures)
  9. Paul Holmes (13 signatures)
  10. Ronnie Campbell (12 signatures)
  11. Joan Humble (11 signatures)

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