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A total of 146 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 600 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM2340 Cross River Tram proposed by Simon Hughes
EDM2341 Whaddon And The South West Regional Spatial Strategy proposed by Parmjit Dhanda
EDM2342 Rising Block Tariff proposed by Paddy Tipping
EDM2343 Jonathan Ross And Russell Brand proposed by Andrew Mackinlay
EDM2344 Government Policy On Third Runway At Heathrow Airport proposed by John Grogan
EDM2345 Flybe/loganair Shetland Flights proposed by Alistair Carmichael
EDM2346 Norfolk Rebellion proposed by Ian Gibson
EDM2347 Free Gaza Campaign proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM2348 Regulation Of Car Clamping Companies proposed by Jeremy Browne
EDM2349 Mr David Pugh And The Eclipse Proclaim Personal Injury Awards 2008 proposed by Stephen Hepburn
EDM2350 Seventieth Anniversary Of Kristallnacht proposed by David Amess
EDM2352 Heathrow Equalities Impact Assessment proposed by John McDonnell
EDM2353 National Express East Anglia And Trade Union Representatives proposed by John McDonnell
EDM2354 Blackpool Tower And Strictly Come Dancing proposed by Gordon Marsden
EDM2189A1 Taking Forward The Marine Bill proposed by Bob Spink

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM2344 Government Policy On Third Runway At Heathrow Airport (19 signatures)
  2. EDM2226 Renewable Energy Tariff Amendment To The Energy Bill (18 signatures)
  3. EDM2280 World Osteoporosis Day, 20th October 2008 (14 signatures)
  4. EDM2326 Community Pub Inquiry (12 signatures)
  5. EDM2335 2008 Poppy Appeal (11 signatures)
  6. EDM2272 National Service Framework For Asthma (10 signatures)
  7. EDM2079 Local Authorities And Micro-Chipped Animals (10 signatures)
  8. EDM2350 Seventieth Anniversary Of Kristallnacht (10 signatures)
  9. EDM2339 Internet Watch Foundation (Iwf) Awareness Day, 24th October 2008 (9 signatures)
  10. EDM2303 Football Against Racism In Europe (Fare) Anti-Racism Week (9 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Kelvin Hopkins (49 signatures)
  2. Greg Pope (49 signatures)
  3. Jim Dobbin (47 signatures)
  4. Sandra Gidley (36 signatures)
  5. Albert Owen (31 signatures)
  6. Betty Williams (20 signatures)
  7. Denis Murphy (18 signatures)
  8. Paul Truswell (15 signatures)
  9. Dr William McCrea (15 signatures)
  10. Sarah Teather (13 signatures)
  11. Mark Hunter (13 signatures)

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