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A total of 113 mps proposed 18 motions and submitted a total of 622 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1960 Use Of Air Guns proposed by Joan Walley
EDM1961 Contaminated Ge Lighting Factory Site proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM1962 Peripheral Arterial Disease And The Dragging Their Feet Report proposed by Ian Gibson
EDM1963 ARTIST'S RESALE RIGHT proposed by David Drew
EDM1964 Text Message 999 Service proposed by Adrian Sanders
EDM1965 Beatles Day proposed by Louise Ellman
EDM1966 Energy Efficiency proposed by Colin Challen
EDM1967 Energy Costs And UK Manufacturing proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM1968 Cheque Payments For Pensions And Benefits proposed by Robert Smith
EDM1969 South West Trains Ticket Offices proposed by Alan Whitehead
EDM1970 Indian Prisoners Of War proposed by John McDonnell
EDM1971 Lyndale Foods Limited And Sayers The Bakers Limited proposed by John McDonnell
EDM1972 Nutrition And Osteoporotic Fracture proposed by John Austin
EDM1973 Reducing The Impact Of Osteoporotic Fractures proposed by John Austin
EDM1974 Care Provisions For People With Diabetes proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM1975 British Grand Prix At Donington proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM1976 Lewis Hamilton And British Grand Prix proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM1977 Cocaine High Energy Drink proposed by Keith Vaz

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1946 Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy (18 signatures)
  2. EDM1945 Gift Aid And Junior Subscriptions To Community Amateur Sports Clubs (12 signatures)
  3. EDM1930 Persecution Of Christians In Algeria: The Case Of Habiba Kouider (11 signatures)
  4. EDM1933 Science In Parliament (11 signatures)
  5. EDM1956 Piper Alpha Charitable Trust (10 signatures)
  6. EDM1959 New Non-Proliferation Initiative (10 signatures)
  7. EDM1937 The Hayward Gallery 40th Anniversary (9 signatures)
  8. EDM1886 Breastfeeding In Public (9 signatures)
  9. EDM1950 Lip-Reading Class Fees (9 signatures)
  10. EDM1968 Cheque Payments For Pensions And Benefits (8 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Vincent Cable (36 signatures)
  2. Clive Efford (35 signatures)
  3. Neil Gerrard (34 signatures)
  4. Andrew Dismore (34 signatures)
  5. John McDonnell (32 signatures)
  6. Betty Williams (24 signatures)
  7. Michael Jabez Foster (23 signatures)
  8. David Drew (22 signatures)
  9. Lynne Jones (21 signatures)
  10. Peter Bottomley (16 signatures)
  11. Mark Hunter (16 signatures)

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