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A total of 165 mps proposed 24 motions and submitted a total of 1100 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM701 Tax Credits Amnesty proposed by David Willetts
EDM702 Ellen Macarthur proposed by Don Foster
EDM703 Prime Ministers Initiative On International Students proposed by David Lepper
EDM704 Kingston University And Sustainable Communities proposed by Edward Davey
EDM705 Chinatown proposed by Mark Field
EDM706 Tsunami And Free Trade Concerns proposed by Parmjit Singh Gill
EDM707 Comic Relief 20th Anniversary proposed by Parmjit Singh Gill
EDM708 English Nature And Derelict Pit Sites proposed by Jeff Ennis
EDM709 Reconfiguration Of The Gatwick Express proposed by Brian H Donohoe
EDM710 Mobile Phone Mast Applications proposed by Stephen Hesford
EDM711 Implementation Of High Hedges Legislation proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM712 Promotion Of Bicycle Use proposed by Nick Harvey
EDM677A1 Crossrail Depot In Romford;amdt. Line 1: proposed by Linda Perham
EDM713 Apology To Conlon And Maguire Families proposed by Kevin McNamara
EDM692A1 Law Centre Network;amdt. Line 8: proposed by Kevin McNamara
EDM714 Rbs Group Financial Education Programme proposed by Mark Lazarowicz
EDM715 Wildlife Crime proposed by David Kidney
EDM716 The Zimbabwean Newspaper proposed by David Lepper
EDM692A2 Law Centre Network;amdt. Line 8: proposed by Kevin McNamara
EDM717 Rural Development Regulations And Animal Welfare proposed by David Drew
EDM718 Closure Of UK University Science Departments proposed by Brian Iddon
EDM719 Manchester United proposed by Tony Lloyd
EDM720 Intelligent Energy Manifesto proposed by Sue Doughty
EDM721 Continued Harassment Of Mordechai Vanunu proposed by Llew Smith

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM673 House Of Commons Cleaners (28 signatures)
  2. EDM674 Ellen Macarthur (25 signatures)
  3. EDM675 GIRLS' EDUCATION IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES (22 signatures)
  4. EDM684 Allocation Of Time For Consideration Of The Identity Cards Bill (21 signatures)
  5. EDM695 Scam Awareness Month (21 signatures)
  6. EDM672 BBC Parliament (20 signatures)
  7. EDM685 Epilepsy Support (20 signatures)
  8. EDM682 Rescue Of Bears In China (19 signatures)
  9. EDM700 Implementation Of High Hedges Legislation (19 signatures)
  10. EDM696 Tackling Corruption In Kenya (19 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Russell Brown (104 signatures)
  2. Parmjit Singh Gill (63 signatures)
  3. Nigel Jones (52 signatures)
  4. Rudi Vis (39 signatures)
  5. Mark Lazarowicz (33 signatures)
  6. David Drew (32 signatures)
  7. Albert Owen (32 signatures)
  8. Peter Bottomley (32 signatures)
  9. Kevin McNamara (30 signatures)
  10. Kelvin Hopkins (30 signatures)
  11. Bill Wiggin (29 signatures)

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