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A total of 139 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 926 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1500 Achievements Of The Leicester Tigers proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM1501 Cluster Munitions (No. 4) proposed by Martin Caton
EDM1502 Killing Of Muslims In Gujarat proposed by Andrew George
EDM1503 Duchy Of Cornwall Accounts proposed by Brian Iddon
EDM1504 Breastfeeding Manifesto And Legislation On Protection For Breastfeeding Women proposed by Lynne Jones
EDM1505 Health Visitors proposed by Annette Brooke
EDM1506 Iraq Deployment proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM1507 Leeds United Football Club proposed by Simon Hughes
EDM1508 Service Of Drinks In Plastic Glasses In The Leisure And Hospitality Sector proposed by John Grogan
EDM1509 Public Affairs Firms And Transparency proposed by John Grogan
EDM1510 Epilepsy And Employment proposed by Chris McCafferty
EDM1511 Uefa Cup Final In Glasgow proposed by David Marshall
EDM1512 Public Health (S.i., 2007, No. 923) proposed by David Cameron
EDM1485A1 Compensation For Miners With Knee Injuries proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM1487A1 Single Farm Payment (No. 2) proposed by Paul Flynn

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1449 Early Diagnosis Of Coeliac Disease (25 signatures)
  2. EDM1457 50th Anniversary Of Christian Aid Week (16 signatures)
  3. EDM1450 MIND'S ECOTHERAPY CAMPAIGN (15 signatures)
  4. EDM1490 WHALING AND THE `TELL JAPAN WE'LL KEEP THE BAN' CAMPAIGN (15 signatures)
  5. EDM1478 Industrial Logging Of Rainforests In The Democratic Republic Of Congo (14 signatures)
  6. EDM1481 Use Of Animal Based Rennet By Masterfoods Ltd (13 signatures)
  7. EDM1340 Carers Week (13 signatures)
  8. EDM1468 Stoning In Sudan (12 signatures)
  9. EDM1463 25 Pence Age Addition For Pensioners Over 80 (12 signatures)
  10. EDM1448 Safety Of Ugandan Opposition Members (11 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Albert Owen (123 signatures)
  2. Jeff Ennis (60 signatures)
  3. Paul Flynn (56 signatures)
  4. Brian Jenkins (51 signatures)
  5. Phil Willis (38 signatures)
  6. Greg Pope (36 signatures)
  7. Jo Swinson (28 signatures)
  8. Vincent Cable (24 signatures)
  9. Michael Clapham (24 signatures)
  10. David S Borrow (23 signatures)
  11. Chris McCafferty (22 signatures)

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