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A total of 139 mps proposed 18 motions and submitted a total of 1613 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM359 Protection Of Reefs In Lyme Bay proposed by Adrian Sanders
EDM360 Child Employment proposed by Annette Brooke
EDM361 Chlamydia Screening For Men proposed by Howard Stoate
EDM362 World Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (Copd) Day 2007 proposed by Howard Stoate
EDM363 Recognition Of Mental Health Carers proposed by Doug Naysmith
EDM364 Palestinian Prisoners proposed by Roger Berry
EDM365 Post Office Closures In Leicester South proposed by Peter Soulsby
EDM366 Israeli Settlements In The Occupied Territories proposed by Richard Burden
EDM367 Annapolis Conference And Middle East Peace Process proposed by Andrew Gwynne
EDM368 Investment In Council Housing proposed by Austin Mitchell
EDM369 English Football proposed by David Amess
EDM370 Sudan Comprehensive Peace Agreement proposed by David Drew
EDM371 Sustainable Political Settlement For Darfur proposed by David Drew
EDM372 Assaults On Nhs Staff proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM373 Charity Christmas Cards proposed by Malcolm Bruce
EDM375 Penyrheol Comprehensive School Five-A-side Football Team proposed by Martin Caton
EDM238A1 Use Of Former Eurostar Platforms At London Waterloo proposed by Edward Davey

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM350 Heathrow Expansion (28 signatures)
  2. EDM342 Childhood Multiple Sclerosis (21 signatures)
  3. EDM340 Multiple Sclerosis National Therapy Centres (20 signatures)
  4. EDM339 Social Tariffs (18 signatures)
  5. EDM341 Multiple Sclerosis Nurses (18 signatures)
  6. EDM300 Whaling (No. 2) (18 signatures)
  7. EDM331 POLICE OFFICERS' PAY (16 signatures)
  8. EDM295 Children With Communication Problems And The Communication Trust (16 signatures)
  9. EDM297 Assaults On Firefighters (16 signatures)
  10. EDM345 Supermarket Power (15 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Bill Etherington (231 signatures)
  2. Richard Younger-Ross (198 signatures)
  3. Andy Reed (68 signatures)
  4. Edward Davey (67 signatures)
  5. Kelvin Hopkins (63 signatures)
  6. John Horam (58 signatures)
  7. Brian Jenkins (57 signatures)
  8. David Drew (52 signatures)
  9. Jeremy Corbyn (52 signatures)
  10. John Pugh (47 signatures)
  11. Angus Robertson (38 signatures)

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