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A total of 245 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 862 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM279 House Of Lords Reform proposed by John Barrett
EDM280 Animal Welfare Bill proposed by Tony Banks
EDM281 Illegal Ivory Trade proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM282 Raf Inflight Refuelling Fleet proposed by Frank Cook
EDM283 Shalom Fm proposed by Andrew Dismore
EDM284 Shaun Goater And Reading Fc proposed by Jane Griffiths
EDM285 Schroders London International Boat Show, January 2004 proposed by Theresa May
EDM286 Award Of Honours proposed by Gordon Prentice
EDM287 Guantanamo Bay proposed by Kevin McNamara
EDM288 Council Tax Benefit Regulations Abolition proposed by Iain Coleman
EDM239A4 English National Anthem;amdt. Line 4: proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM239A5 English National Anthem;amdt. Line 5: proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM239A6 English National Anthem;amdt. Line 8: proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM289 BEATING BOWEL CANCER'S LOUD TIE CAMPAIGN 2004 proposed by Norman Lamb
EDM290 OPEN UNIVERSITY'S BEAGLE 2 PROJECT proposed by Brian White
EDM291 REQUEST TO EXAMINE SOLICITORS' FEE STRUCTURE IN MINING HEALTH CLAIMS (2) proposed by Michael Clapham

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM280 Animal Welfare Bill (132 signatures)
  2. EDM279 House Of Lords Reform (34 signatures)
  3. EDM290 OPEN UNIVERSITY'S BEAGLE 2 PROJECT (27 signatures)
  4. EDM218 Elder Abuse (23 signatures)
  5. EDM204 Mr Katsuhiko Oku (19 signatures)
  6. EDM291 REQUEST TO EXAMINE SOLICITORS' FEE STRUCTURE IN MINING HEALTH CLAIMS (2) (17 signatures)
  7. EDM214 British Energy (17 signatures)
  8. EDM281 Illegal Ivory Trade (12 signatures)
  9. EDM208 Treasury Consultation On Fiscal Measures To Help Domestic Energy Efficiency (11 signatures)
  10. EDM252 Women And Sport (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Frank Cook (137 signatures)
  2. John Barrett (43 signatures)
  3. Betty Williams (36 signatures)
  4. Jim Dobbin (24 signatures)
  5. Kelvin Hopkins (23 signatures)
  6. Julie Morgan (20 signatures)
  7. Sandra Gidley (20 signatures)
  8. Doug Naysmith (19 signatures)
  9. Gwyn Prosser (18 signatures)
  10. Jeremy Corbyn (18 signatures)
  11. Lindsay Hoyle (17 signatures)

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