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A total of 144 mps proposed 14 motions and submitted a total of 840 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM832 Ticket Machine Provision By South West Trains And Other Train Operating Companies proposed by Andrew Mackinlay
EDM833 Smoking Ban proposed by Andrew Mackinlay
EDM834 Peaceful Protests During The State Visit Of President Of China proposed by Andrew Mackinlay
EDM835 Free Television Licences For Over 65s proposed by Eddie McGrady
EDM836 Japanese Bid For The Rugby World Cup In 2011 proposed by Derek Wyatt
EDM837 Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM838 Provision Of Fair Trial Guarantees In The Maldives proposed by Gary Streeter
EDM839 Exotic Wild Bird Trade proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM840 Bt Privacy Service proposed by Sharon Hodgson
EDM841 Train Horn Noise proposed by Peter Ainsworth
EDM842 Barnet Council Cuts In Grants To Blind People proposed by Andrew Dismore
EDM843 Orhan Pamuk proposed by Martin Caton
EDM844 Right To Free Speech In Turkey proposed by Martin Caton
EDM845 SIR JEREMY GREENSTOCK'S AND SIR CHRISTOPHER MEYER'S BOOKS proposed by Andrew Mackinlay

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM836 Japanese Bid For The Rugby World Cup In 2011 (51 signatures)
  2. EDM813 Primary Care Trusts (19 signatures)
  3. EDM786 Nspcc Talk Till It Stops Campaign (16 signatures)
  4. EDM679 Making Poverty History Through Trade Justice (15 signatures)
  5. EDM811 Energy Efficiency In Community Buildings (13 signatures)
  6. EDM809 Winter Fuel Payments And Vulnerable Households (12 signatures)
  7. EDM815 Aid For Victims Of The Earthquake In Pakistan And Kashmir (11 signatures)
  8. EDM804 FUNDING OF TREETOPS AND OTHER CHILDREN'S HOSPICES (11 signatures)
  9. EDM697 Modernising Company Law (10 signatures)
  10. EDM821 Sport England Everyday Sport Campaign (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John Barrett (111 signatures)
  2. Janet Dean (61 signatures)
  3. David Crausby (47 signatures)
  4. Brian Jenkins (43 signatures)
  5. Rudi Vis (29 signatures)
  6. Sarah Teather (27 signatures)
  7. Jo Swinson (27 signatures)
  8. James Gray (26 signatures)
  9. Betty Williams (25 signatures)
  10. Peter Bottomley (24 signatures)
  11. Gregory Campbell (23 signatures)

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