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A total of 126 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 730 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM642 Regeneration Of Donington Park And Leicestershire proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM643 Seal Imports From Commercial Hunts proposed by Martin Horwood
EDM644 Queen Elizabeth Ii Hospital proposed by Grant Shapps
EDM645 Sixteenth Patriarch Of Moscow And Of All Russia proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM646 Sri Lanka Ceasefire March proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM647 Sri Lanka Hospital Shelling proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM648 Remarks Of Prime Minister Ehud Olmert proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM649 Staffing Of The House On 2 February 2009 proposed by Ann Cryer
EDM650 CHILDREN'S SOCIETY'S THE GOOD CHILDHOOD INQUIRY proposed by Annette Brooke
EDM651 Evening Chronicle Campaign On Pleural Plaques proposed by Stephen Hepburn
EDM652 Eu Posted Workers Directive proposed by John Mann
EDM653 Report On Map Of Gaps: Funding Violence Against Women Services proposed by Julie Morgan
EDM654 Appointment Of Judges To The Supreme Court proposed by Frank Field
EDM655 Segways And The Snow proposed by Lembit Opik
EDM656 Police Long-Service Medal proposed by James Plaskitt
EDM635A1 Protection Of Back Garden Land proposed by Andrew Dismore

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM633 International Parliamentary Conference On International Migration And Human Trafficking (13 signatures)
  2. EDM481 Public Support For The Hunting Act 2004 (11 signatures)
  3. EDM638 Effects Of Unemployment (11 signatures)
  4. EDM635 Protection Of Back Garden Land (10 signatures)
  5. EDM533 Alliance For Lifelong Learning (10 signatures)
  6. EDM617 OLDER PEOPLE'S FOOD CHARTER (10 signatures)
  7. EDM612 Rape As A Weapon (10 signatures)
  8. EDM95 Whaling (10 signatures)
  9. EDM634 Energy Company Profits And Fuel Prices (10 signatures)
  10. EDM431 International Baccalaureate In Cardiff (9 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John Hemming (82 signatures)
  2. Mike Hancock (50 signatures)
  3. Ann Cryer (42 signatures)
  4. David Heyes (38 signatures)
  5. Simon Hughes (29 signatures)
  6. Jo Swinson (24 signatures)
  7. Andrew Stunell (24 signatures)
  8. Neil Gerrard (23 signatures)
  9. Lynne Jones (23 signatures)
  10. Sandra Gidley (22 signatures)
  11. Harry Cohen (19 signatures)

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