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A total of 120 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 994 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM564 English Nature And Upgrading Of The A303 proposed by Adrian Flook
EDM565 Committee To Review Intelligence On Weapons Of Mass Destruction proposed by Glenda Jackson
EDM566 Vodafone Mast proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM567 Domestic Violence And Child Abuse proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM482A1 Children And Shared Parenting;amdt. Line 1: proposed by Hilton Dawson
EDM510A1 Celebrating British Engineering Talent;amdt. Line 5: proposed by Paul Tyler
EDM568 Seroxat proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM569 Review Of Feudal Land Law proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM570 December Fisheries Council And Safety At Sea proposed by Alex Salmond
EDM571 Iraqi Presidential Sites proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM572 Reengagement Of Citizens With The Eu proposed by Mike Hancock
EDM573 Waitangi Day(new Zealand Day) 6th February 2004 proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM574 Reform Of The Common Agricultural Policy(2) proposed by Malcolm Bruce
EDM575 Deaths From Ectopic Pregnancy proposed by Jane Griffiths
EDM576 Corporate Responsibility proposed by Andy King
EDM577 Cambridge University Primate Laboratory proposed by Tony Banks

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM422 Ivory Trade (22 signatures)
  2. EDM538 Biofuels And A Road Transport Fuel Obligation (21 signatures)
  3. EDM521 National Fairtrade Fortnight (20 signatures)
  4. EDM523 Women And Pensions (18 signatures)
  5. EDM520 Prostate Cancer Charter For Action (16 signatures)
  6. EDM543 Organ Transplants (16 signatures)
  7. EDM536 Water Companies And Planning (15 signatures)
  8. EDM549 Post Office And Pension Books (15 signatures)
  9. EDM555 Elephants For Angola (15 signatures)
  10. EDM533 Eating Disorders Association Awareness Week (14 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Alan Simpson (119 signatures)
  2. Bill Etherington (67 signatures)
  3. Rob Marris (62 signatures)
  4. Paul Marsden (54 signatures)
  5. John McDonnell (42 signatures)
  6. Eric Illsley (37 signatures)
  7. Iris Robinson (35 signatures)
  8. David S Borrow (32 signatures)
  9. Ann Cryer (31 signatures)
  10. Hilton Dawson (30 signatures)
  11. Adrian Bailey (30 signatures)

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