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A total of 115 mps proposed 20 motions and submitted a total of 553 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM584 Prostate Cancer Charter For Action proposed by Howard Stoate
EDM585 Voluntary Service Overseas proposed by Tony Colman
EDM586 Stockport Stock Transfer proposed by Andrew Bennett
EDM587 Rt Hon Member For Sleaford And Hykeham proposed by Douglas Hogg
EDM588 Automatic Number Plate Recognition proposed by Tom Watson
EDM589 Australia Day proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM590 Olympic Games 2012 proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM591 Spanish Dog Hanging proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM592 Closure Of Urban Sub-Post Offices In West Chelmsford proposed by Simon Burns
EDM593 Carrier Bag Tax proposed by Lynne Jones
EDM594 Public Bodies Selling Land For Affordable Housing proposed by Martin Linton
EDM595 East London Line Extensions proposed by Martin Linton
EDM596 Proposed De-Regulation Of Pharmacies proposed by Iris Robinson
EDM597 Primary School Drugs Prevention proposed by Iris Robinson
EDM598 Child Protection proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM599 National Agency For Children And Families proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM600 Social Work With Children And Families proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM601 Registration Of Private Foster Carers proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM602 Community Services proposed by Kerry Pollard
EDM603 Impact Of Foot And Mouth Disease proposed by David Lidington

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM572 Post Office Card Accounts (12 signatures)
  2. EDM566 Japanese Dolphin Hunts (11 signatures)
  3. EDM561 Local Pharmacists (9 signatures)
  5. EDM550 Accommodation For Residential Care Television Licence Scheme (8 signatures)
  6. EDM602 Community Services (8 signatures)
  7. EDM555 RAPE IN SIERRA LEONE'S CIVIL WAR (8 signatures)
  8. EDM433 Acquired Brain Injury:provision Of Rehabilitation (8 signatures)
  9. EDM559 Millennium Encore Scheme (8 signatures)
  10. EDM270 Action For Blind People (7 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John McDonnell (146 signatures)
  2. John Austin (116 signatures)
  3. Syd Rapson (18 signatures)
  4. Hywel Williams (17 signatures)
  5. Jeremy Corbyn (14 signatures)
  6. Desmond Turner (11 signatures)
  7. John Mann (11 signatures)
  8. Colin Breed (10 signatures)
  9. Lynne Jones (9 signatures)
  10. Hilton Dawson (9 signatures)
  11. Vincent Cable (8 signatures)

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