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A total of 115 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 466 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM795 Chief Executives Of Banks proposed by Gordon Prentice
EDM796 MANCHESTER'S B OF THE BANG SCULPTURE proposed by John Leech
EDM797 Essential Tremor Disorder proposed by Mark Williams
EDM798 200th Anniversary Of The Birth Of Charles Darwin (No. 2) proposed by Daniel Kawczynski
EDM799 Single Level Testing proposed by Lynne Featherstone
EDM800 Banks And Freedom Of Information proposed by David TC Davies
EDM801 Children Of Chernobyl proposed by Willie Rennie
EDM802 London 2012 Olympic Games And Fairtrade proposed by Michael Moore
EDM803 Educational Materials And The Food Industry proposed by Joan Walley
EDM804 Association Of Private Client Investment Managers And Stockbrokers Manifesto proposed by Colin Breed
EDM805 Additional Costs Allowance And Second Homes proposed by Greg Mulholland
EDM806 London Borough Of Sutton Schools Admissions proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM807 Aid To Gaza proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM808 Workfare Schemes proposed by John McDonnell
EDM739A1 Slumdog Millionaire proposed by David Chaytor
EDM751A1 Funding For Nhs In Scotland proposed by David Taylor
EDM764A1 Post Office Branches Within Supermarkets proposed by David Chaytor

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM808 Workfare Schemes (18 signatures)
  2. EDM743 Salaries And Bonuses In The Banking Sector (11 signatures)
  3. EDM785 Free Prescriptions In England (10 signatures)
  4. EDM340 Mobility Benefits For Blind People (10 signatures)
  5. EDM749 Cheapest Tariff Information On Energy Bills (9 signatures)
  6. EDM754 Mmr Vaccine And The Media (9 signatures)
  7. EDM768 Sale Of Tobacco From Vending Machines (8 signatures)
  8. EDM780 Short Selling (8 signatures)
  9. EDM803 Educational Materials And The Food Industry (8 signatures)
  10. EDM771 United States And The Arms Trade Treaty (8 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Kelvin Hopkins (51 signatures)
  2. John Leech (49 signatures)
  3. John Hemming (24 signatures)
  4. Lynne Jones (19 signatures)
  5. David Chaytor (17 signatures)
  6. Lindsay Hoyle (17 signatures)
  7. Lindsay Roy (16 signatures)
  8. David Taylor (15 signatures)
  9. Charlotte Atkins (13 signatures)
  10. Dai Davies (13 signatures)
  11. Alan Meale (11 signatures)

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