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A total of 138 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 664 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1825 Kepier Trust proposed by Fraser Kemp
EDM1826 Job Losses In Dundee West proposed by Jim McGovern
EDM1827 Pipe Organs proposed by Tony Baldry
EDM1828 Loans To Political Parties And Honours proposed by Bob Spink
EDM1829 Psychological Treatments For Depression proposed by Evan Harris
EDM1830 Institute Of Grassland And Environmental Research Station At Gogerddan proposed by Elfyn Llwyd
EDM1831 University Of Leeds Fairtrade Status proposed by Greg Mulholland
EDM1832 Prescription For Change Campaign proposed by Steve Webb
EDM1833 Victoria Theatre, Halifax proposed by Linda Riordan
EDM1834 Craig Alden proposed by Tim Loughton
EDM1835 CLOSURE OF SUSSEX UNIVERSITY'S CHEMISTRY DEPARTMENT proposed by Tim Loughton
EDM1836 Purbeck Ice Cream Tasting Day proposed by Annette Brooke
EDM1837 Racial Segregation In Barnsley proposed by Eric Illsley
EDM1838 Stop The War Campaign proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM1839 Telephone Boxes proposed by Nigel Evans

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1813 Battle Of The Somme Remembrance (20 signatures)
  2. EDM1824 Fairtrade Fortnight (19 signatures)
  3. EDM1817 Food Supplements Directive And Consumer Choice (18 signatures)
  4. EDM1823 Covent Garden Theatre Museum (15 signatures)
  5. EDM1820 Commonwealth Games (14 signatures)
  6. EDM1814 British Council Offices In Gaza And Ramallah (11 signatures)
  7. EDM1808 Post Office Card Account (11 signatures)
  8. EDM1815 Glasgow Award Of Fairtrade City Status (11 signatures)
  9. EDM1818 MARKET HARBOROUGH'S ACHIEVEMENT OF FAIRTRADE STATUS (10 signatures)
  10. EDM1803 BETHLEHEM AND RACHEL'S TOMB (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Derek Wyatt (45 signatures)
  2. John Pugh (29 signatures)
  3. Dr William McCrea (29 signatures)
  4. Roger Godsiff (26 signatures)
  5. Alan Simpson (26 signatures)
  6. Brian Jenkins (23 signatures)
  7. Sammy Wilson (22 signatures)
  8. Nick Harvey (21 signatures)
  9. Greg Mulholland (20 signatures)
  10. Jo Swinson (20 signatures)
  11. Jeremy Corbyn (18 signatures)

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