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A total of 251 mps proposed 14 motions and submitted a total of 1145 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1116 Housing And Employment proposed by Colin Burgon
EDM1117 Learning And Skills Council And Co-Location Of Shrewsbury Sixth Form College And Shrewsbury College Of Art And Technology proposed by Daniel Kawczynski
EDM1118 VAT On School-Specific Uniforms proposed by Nigel Evans
EDM1119 Missing People proposed by Ann Winterton
EDM1120 Post Offices In Ribble Valley proposed by Nigel Evans
EDM1122 Southall Black Sisters Facing Closure proposed by Virendra Kumar Sharma
EDM1123 Rights For Homeworkers proposed by John Battle
EDM1124 Mental Health And Green Exercise proposed by Martin Caton
EDM1125 Young Runaways proposed by Helen Southworth
EDM1126 Advocacy For Looked-After Children proposed by Joan Humble
EDM1127 Human Fertilisation And Embryology Bill proposed by David Burrowes
EDM1128 Coroners Bill And The Treatment Of Mesothelioma Patients proposed by Michael Clapham
EDM1081A2 Pupils Learning In Aviation Noise Environments proposed by David Wilshire

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1125 Young Runaways (101 signatures)
  2. EDM1128 Coroners Bill And The Treatment Of Mesothelioma Patients (35 signatures)
  3. EDM1116 Housing And Employment (31 signatures)
  4. EDM1104 Winter Fuel Payments For Families With Severely Disabled Children Under Five (25 signatures)
  5. EDM1099 Gaza (24 signatures)
  6. EDM1106 International Brigade And The 70th Anniversary Of Guernica (24 signatures)
  7. EDM1113 Colliery Screen Workers And The Industrial Injuries Advisory Council Recommendation (21 signatures)
  8. EDM1097 British Pig Farming And The Pigs Are Worth It! Campaign (21 signatures)
  9. EDM1127 Human Fertilisation And Embryology Bill (19 signatures)
  10. EDM1110 BBC Proms (19 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Vincent Cable (69 signatures)
  2. Michael Jabez Foster (48 signatures)
  3. Charlotte Atkins (44 signatures)
  4. Rudi Vis (35 signatures)
  5. Nigel Evans (33 signatures)
  6. David S Borrow (30 signatures)
  7. Mike Hancock (25 signatures)
  8. Robert N Wareing (25 signatures)
  9. Brian Jenkins (23 signatures)
  10. Greg Pope (23 signatures)
  11. Martin Horwood (22 signatures)

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