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A total of 108 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 441 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1789 IRELAND'S REJECTION OF THE LISBON TREATY proposed by Bob Spink
EDM1790 Lisbon Treaty Following Irish Referendum proposed by Nigel Evans
EDM1791 Future Of Post Office Card Accounts proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM1792 Licensing Of Home Piercing Equipment proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM1793 Oil Interests Of Us President Bush And Vice-President Cheney proposed by Harry Cohen
EDM1794 World Refugee Week proposed by Evan Harris
EDM1795 Contraction And Convergence proposed by Colin Challen
EDM1796 Ireland And The Lisbon Treaty proposed by Angus MacNeil
EDM1797 Homecoming Scotland proposed by Pete Wishart
EDM1798 Unabated Coal-Fired Electricity Generation proposed by Desmond Turner
EDM1799 2 Skint 4 School Campaign And Child Poverty proposed by Phil Willis
EDM1800 150th Anniversary Of The Death Of Dr John Snow proposed by Brian Iddon
EDM1801 Irish Referendum On The Lisbon Treaty proposed by Ian Davidson
EDM1802 Australian Initiative To Abolish Nuclear Weapons proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM1803 Digital 60 Day proposed by Andrew Miller
EDM1804 BBC Breathing Sculptures And Memorial Poem proposed by Peter Bottomley

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1781 Social Energy Tariffs (13 signatures)
  2. EDM1506 Post Office Card Account (10 signatures)
  3. EDM1803 Digital 60 Day (10 signatures)
  4. EDM1783 Saga Respite For Carers Trust (9 signatures)
  5. EDM1769 World Day Of Remembrance For Road Traffic Victims (8 signatures)
  6. EDM1778 Benefits Backdating (8 signatures)
  7. EDM1753 Inflation In Zimbabwe (8 signatures)
  8. EDM1790 Lisbon Treaty Following Irish Referendum (7 signatures)
  9. EDM1785 Zimbabwe (No. 2) (7 signatures)
  10. EDM1710 Disabled Children And Housing (7 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Paul Rowen (74 signatures)
  2. Betty Williams (31 signatures)
  3. Mike Hancock (17 signatures)
  4. Peter Bottomley (16 signatures)
  5. Doug Naysmith (15 signatures)
  6. Jeremy Corbyn (14 signatures)
  7. Kelvin Hopkins (14 signatures)
  8. David Howarth (13 signatures)
  9. Malcolm Bruce (13 signatures)
  10. Lindsay Hoyle (12 signatures)
  11. Bob Spink (12 signatures)

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