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A total of 158 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 574 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM813 FAWCETT'S COMMISSION ON WOMEN AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM proposed by Judy Mallaber
EDM814 No Smoking Day 9th March 2005 proposed by Andrew Lansley
EDM815 Breast Cancer Lavender Week, 28th February - 6th March proposed by Andrew Lansley
EDM816 Brain Injury Awareness Week, 14th - 20th March 2005 proposed by Andrew Lansley
EDM817 Cardiac Risk In The Young proposed by Tim Loughton
EDM818 St DAVID'S DAY PUBLIC HOLIDAY proposed by Albert Owen
EDM819 Palestinian Right To Education proposed by Ian Gibson
EDM820 Racist Abuse At Oakington Detention Centre proposed by Diane Abbott
EDM822 Freedom Of Expression For Scriptwriters And Producers proposed by John Cryer
EDM823 Promotion Of Traidcraft Goods proposed by Alan Meale
EDM824 NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE DECISION ON ALZHEIMER'S TREATMENT proposed by HELEN CLARK
EDM825 Jamie Mason, Aged 12 proposed by Ken Purchase
EDM826 All Party Group For Carers proposed by Hywel Francis
EDM821 Social Security (S.i., 2005, No. 238) proposed by Charles Kennedy
EDM795A1 RICKSHAWS AND LONDON'S STATUS AS A WORLD CLASS CITY proposed by Jane Griffiths
EDM812A1 Promoting Fairtrade proposed by Iain Luke

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM826 All Party Group For Carers (24 signatures)
  2. EDM809 JAMIE'S SCHOOL DINNERS (19 signatures)
  3. EDM797 National Fairtrade Fortnight (17 signatures)
  4. EDM824 NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE DECISION ON ALZHEIMER'S TREATMENT (14 signatures)
  5. EDM790 Peter Benenson, Founder Of Amnesty International (13 signatures)
  6. EDM792 Smart Justice For Women Campaign (13 signatures)
  7. EDM798 Science And The General Election (11 signatures)
  8. EDM733 Sentencing Of Chantal Mccorkle (11 signatures)
  9. EDM812 Promoting Fairtrade (10 signatures)
  10. EDM640 Greyhound Welfare (9 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Rudi Vis (33 signatures)
  2. Iain Coleman (29 signatures)
  3. Mike Hancock (21 signatures)
  4. Martin Caton (20 signatures)
  5. Iris Robinson (16 signatures)
  6. Nigel Dodds (15 signatures)
  7. Marsha Singh (14 signatures)
  8. Martin O'Neill (13 signatures)
  9. Jim Dobbin (12 signatures)
  10. Ronnie Campbell (12 signatures)
  11. Tim Loughton (12 signatures)

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