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A total of 112 mps proposed 9 motions and submitted a total of 538 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM472 Sexual Health Education proposed by Ann Winterton
EDM447A2 Ipods;amdt. Line 1: proposed by John Pugh
EDM469A1 British Heart Foundation Anti-Smoking Campaign;amdt. Line 8: proposed by Tom Brake
EDM474 Acquired Brain Injury proposed by Iris Robinson
EDM476 Cfc Leakage proposed by Theresa May
EDM477 Channel 4 proposed by Andrew Dismore
EDM478 Higher Education Fees And Medicine proposed by John Austin
EDM479 Environmental Protection (S.i., 2003, No. 3311) proposed by Michael Howard

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM466 Advocating For Equality (15 signatures)
  2. EDM452 Life Saving Equipment For Lung Attack Patients (14 signatures)
  3. EDM437 Dalai Lama And The Prime Minister (12 signatures)
  4. EDM462 Genetically Modified Organisms And Consumer Choice (11 signatures)
  5. EDM465 Asthma Research (11 signatures)
  6. EDM469 British Heart Foundation Anti-Smoking Campaign (10 signatures)
  7. EDM459 University Accommodation (9 signatures)
  8. EDM423 Gangmasters (9 signatures)
  9. EDM380 Use Of Unsurfaced Byways Open To All Traffic By Mechanically Propelled Vehicles (8 signatures)
  10. EDM301 Qualification For War Pensions (8 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Mike Gapes (40 signatures)
  2. John Randall (37 signatures)
  3. Paul Tyler (32 signatures)
  4. Kevin McNamara (31 signatures)
  5. John Pugh (30 signatures)
  6. Michael Clapham (24 signatures)
  7. Brian White (19 signatures)
  8. Dennis Turner (18 signatures)
  9. Jenny Tonge (18 signatures)
  10. Tom Brake (14 signatures)
  11. Andrew Selous (14 signatures)

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