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A total of 185 mps proposed 18 motions and submitted a total of 655 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM905 Energy Efficiency proposed by Colin Challen
EDM906 Community Hospitals proposed by Graham Stuart
EDM907 Panorama Investigation Into Running Care Homes proposed by Linda Riordan
EDM908 Six Party Talks On Korean Nuclear Issue proposed by Linda Riordan
EDM909 Bank Profits And Charges proposed by Mike Weir
EDM910 Palestinian Olive Groves proposed by Mike Weir
EDM911 Needs Of Migrant Workers proposed by John Battle
EDM912 Unicef Report On Child Poverty And Deprivation In Britain proposed by Philip Hammond
EDM914 Welsh Week At Westminster proposed by Mark Williams
EDM915 Mortgage Arrangement Fees proposed by Steve Webb
EDM916 Compliance With The Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM917 Regulation Of Pedlars proposed by Brian Iddon
EDM918 UK Greenhouse Gas Emissions Target proposed by Colin Challen
EDM919 Gmb Union And National Car Parks proposed by John McDonnell
EDM921 Student Health Care proposed by Peter Soulsby
EDM920 Rates (S.r. (N.i.), 2007, No. 52) proposed by David Lidington
EDM864A1 Single Farm Payment And Dairy Farming proposed by Paul Flynn

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM917 Regulation Of Pedlars (22 signatures)
  2. EDM900 Iran And Israel (20 signatures)
  3. EDM912 Unicef Report On Child Poverty And Deprivation In Britain (18 signatures)
  4. EDM148 Spinal Injuries Association (17 signatures)
  5. EDM875 Second Anniversary Of The Implementation Of The Hunting Act 2004 (15 signatures)
  6. EDM906 Community Hospitals (14 signatures)
  7. EDM879 Ofgem And Electricity Meter Back Charging (13 signatures)
  8. EDM902 Future Of The Post Office (No. 2) (10 signatures)
  9. EDM884 Credit Unions (No. 2) (10 signatures)
  10. EDM899 National Tinnitus Week (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John Leech (49 signatures)
  2. Paul Flynn (29 signatures)
  3. Andrew Stunell (22 signatures)
  4. Linda Riordan (20 signatures)
  5. Mark Hunter (18 signatures)
  6. Alan Meale (17 signatures)
  7. Hywel Williams (15 signatures)
  8. Ann Cryer (14 signatures)
  9. Andrew George (13 signatures)
  10. John Horam (13 signatures)
  11. Norman Baker (13 signatures)

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