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A total of 189 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 1128 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM414 Flammability And Beds proposed by Madeleine Moon
EDM415 Labour Rights In Iraq proposed by David Anderson
EDM416 Direct Elections To National Park Authorities proposed by Timothy Farron
EDM417 Community Hospitals In The East Riding Of Yorkshire proposed by Graham Stuart
EDM418 Waste Management In London proposed by Andrew Dismore
EDM419 Headache Disorders proposed by Stephen O'Brien
EDM420 Labelling Of Products Made From Animal Fur proposed by Judy Mallaber
EDM421 Indoor Air Pollution In The Developing World proposed by Susan Kramer
EDM422 Support For Christian Unions proposed by Nadine Dorries
EDM423 Compensation For People Affected By Thalidomide proposed by Paul Rowen
EDM424 Growth Of Community Sport proposed by Clive Betts
EDM425 Seafarers On The Irish Sea proposed by John McDonnell
EDM426 Key Worker Status For London Bus Workers proposed by Clive Efford
EDM154A1 Token Meter Back Charging proposed by Jim Cunningham
EDM268A1 Historic Counties Of The United Kingdom proposed by Martin Horwood
EDM422A1 Support For Christian Unions proposed by Evan Harris

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM412 Zimbabwe And Eu Restrictive Measures (20 signatures)
  2. EDM409 Trade Union Week (20 signatures)
  3. EDM379 Elections In Venezuela And The Victory Of Hugo Chavez (19 signatures)
  4. EDM411 Blue Peter Shoe Biz Appeal (16 signatures)
  5. EDM398 Understanding Gas Bills (16 signatures)
  6. EDM380 CHILDREN'S SOCIETY 125TH ANNIVERSARY (14 signatures)
  7. EDM410 Role Of House Of Commons In Going To War (14 signatures)
  8. EDM400 Dangerous Furniture (13 signatures)
  9. EDM388 Second World War Evacuees (13 signatures)
  10. EDM404 Food Advertising Aimed At Children (13 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. David Anderson (89 signatures)
  2. Paul Rowen (77 signatures)
  3. Martin Caton (39 signatures)
  4. Nia Griffith (39 signatures)
  5. Gregory Campbell (37 signatures)
  6. Hugo Swire (36 signatures)
  7. Keith Simpson (35 signatures)
  8. James Arbuthnot (34 signatures)
  9. John Bercow (30 signatures)
  10. Graham Stuart (29 signatures)
  11. Ronnie Campbell (28 signatures)

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