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A total of 139 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 700 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM265 Alan Hinkes proposed by Don Foster
EDM266 UEFA EUROPEAN WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP 2005 proposed by Don Foster
EDM267 Oxford-Bicester Rail Service proposed by Tony Baldry
EDM268 Tax Credits proposed by Tom Brake
EDM269 WOMEN'S PENSIONS proposed by Sandra Gidley
EDM270 PERFORMERS' SOUND RECORDING COPYRIGHT proposed by Michael Connarty
EDM271 EURO 2005 THE WOMEN'S UEFA CHAMPIONSHIP proposed by Alan Keen
EDM272 Royal Mail Group Plc And The Universal Service Obligation proposed by Mike Weir
EDM273 Extension Of Crossrail To Reading proposed by Robert Wilson
EDM274 G8 proposed by Pete Wishart
EDM275 Emmer Green Primary School And School Expansion proposed by Robert Wilson
EDM276 Winter Fuel Payments For Severely Disabled People proposed by Roger Berry
EDM277 Tax Credit Overpayment proposed by John Barrett
EDM278 The British Nutrition Foundation proposed by David Taylor
EDM279 Tetra Radio Masts And Tv Interference proposed by Albert Owen
EDM280 International Island Games 2009 And Ynys Môn proposed by Albert Owen
EDM281 Liverpool Football Club And The Champions League Title proposed by Don Foster

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM269 WOMEN'S PENSIONS (24 signatures)
  2. EDM271 EURO 2005 THE WOMEN'S UEFA CHAMPIONSHIP (16 signatures)
  3. EDM257 Primates As Pets (13 signatures)
  4. EDM178 Climate Change (13 signatures)
  5. EDM260 Scientific Research Into Myalgic Encephalopathy/encephalomyelitis (13 signatures)
  6. EDM214 Stamp Duty Rebate For Energy Efficiency Measures (12 signatures)
  7. EDM264 Hamilton Post Office Closure (12 signatures)
  8. EDM261 NATIONAL MEN'S HEALTH WEEK (11 signatures)
  9. EDM212 Situation In Darfur (11 signatures)
  10. EDM246 Prime Minister And Ministerial Intervention On Food Supplements Legislation (11 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Lady Hermon (95 signatures)
  2. Albert Owen (89 signatures)
  3. Mike Hancock (48 signatures)
  4. Martin Caton (29 signatures)
  5. Lindsay Hoyle (28 signatures)
  6. Paul Holmes (26 signatures)
  7. Michael Connarty (25 signatures)
  8. Paul Rowen (22 signatures)
  9. Greg Pope (18 signatures)
  10. Lynne Jones (15 signatures)
  11. Bob Russell (15 signatures)

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