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A total of 228 mps proposed 19 motions and submitted a total of 1088 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM747 Government Policy On Compulsory Retirement proposed by David Laws
EDM748 Safeway Takeover proposed by Colin Breed
EDM749 Funding Of Long-Term Nursing Care And The Health Service Ombudsman Report proposed by Paul Burstow
EDM750 Mental Capacity Law Reform proposed by Paul Burstow
EDM751 Hajj Pilgrimage proposed by Mohammad Sarwar
EDM752 Access To Healthcare In Palestine proposed by Mohammad Sarwar
EDM753 Safety Of Healthcare Equipment proposed by Paul Holmes
EDM754 Suspension Of BA Flights To Oman proposed by Alan Duncan
EDM755 Personality Disorders proposed by Iris Robinson
EDM756 Conservative Party Policy On Malta proposed by Chris Bryant
EDM757 Regional Question Time proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM758 Human Rights In Burma proposed by Bob Spink
EDM759 Media Access To Iraq proposed by Bob Spink
EDM760 HEADWAY'S BRAIN INJURY AWARENESS WEEK proposed by Bob Russell
EDM761 Health Warning Labels For Alcoholic Drinks proposed by Bob Russell
EDM763 Mr Matthew Kelly proposed by Paul Marsden
EDM762 HALIFAX PLC'S DONATION TO LOCAL EDUCATION ACTION ZONE proposed by Alice Mahon
EDM764 Arming The Police proposed by Tony Banks
EDM765 Egyptian Peace Campaigners proposed by Jeremy Corbyn

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM733 Parliament And Iraq (36 signatures)
  2. EDM572 Post Office Card Accounts (33 signatures)
  3. EDM584 Prostate Cancer Charter For Action (23 signatures)
  4. EDM263 Best Practice For People With Schizophrenia (23 signatures)
  5. EDM668 Road Deaths (21 signatures)
  6. EDM333 Doorstep Recycling (18 signatures)
  7. EDM756 Conservative Party Policy On Malta (15 signatures)
  8. EDM247 Water Fluoridation (15 signatures)
  9. EDM246 Children Abused Through Prostitution (13 signatures)
  10. EDM713 International Childhood Cancer Day (12 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Tony McWalter (86 signatures)
  2. Julie Morgan (72 signatures)
  3. Andrew Stunell (64 signatures)
  4. John McDonnell (52 signatures)
  5. Rudi Vis (35 signatures)
  6. David Cairns (33 signatures)
  7. Jim Knight (31 signatures)
  8. Mike Hancock (23 signatures)
  9. Ann Widdecombe (21 signatures)
  10. Betty Williams (21 signatures)
  11. Frank Doran (20 signatures)

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