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A total of 180 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 1087 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM785 Extension Of The Smoking Ban proposed by Greg Mulholland
EDM786 Royal National Lifeboat Institution And Sos Day 2010 proposed by Michael Moore
EDM787 BBC And Disability Groups proposed by Ann Winterton
EDM788 Royal Fleet Auxiliary proposed by Gwyn Prosser
EDM789 Powys Schools proposed by Lembit Opik
EDM790 Mobile Telephone Masts proposed by Edward Timpson
EDM791 ITV Airtime Sales And Contract Rights Renewal proposed by Janet Anderson
EDM792 Mor Gabriel Monastery proposed by James Clappison
EDM793 End Of Life Assistance proposed by Jim Devine
EDM794 Smarter Travel Choices proposed by Colin Challen
EDM795 Rail Franchising And Integrated Transport Authorities proposed by Angela C Smith
EDM796 Low Glucose Levels In Type 2 Diabetes Sufferers proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM797 Mosquito Device At Teignmouth Station proposed by Richard Younger-Ross
EDM798 Ultrasonic Mosquito Devices proposed by Richard Younger-Ross
EDM799 Rent A Room Tax Relief proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM800 Bereavement Benefits proposed by Andrew Pelling
EDM801 Right Hon. Tony Blair's Evidence To The Chilcot Inquiry proposed by John McDonnell

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM780 Hate Speech And University Campuses (38 signatures)
  2. EDM776 Prescription For The Uk's Heart Health Campaign (33 signatures)
  3. EDM682 Protection For Polar Bears (23 signatures)
  4. EDM749 Political Executions In Iran (21 signatures)
  5. EDM772 Domestic Violence And Children (21 signatures)
  6. EDM781 Regulation Of Store Cards And Credit Cards (21 signatures)
  7. EDM714 Adult Autism Strategy (20 signatures)
  8. EDM783 Ten Years Of The Coalfield Regeneration Trust (18 signatures)
  9. EDM798 Ultrasonic Mosquito Devices (17 signatures)
  10. EDM784 Marks And Spencer's Chief Executive's Joining Fee (16 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Richard Younger-Ross (77 signatures)
  2. Elfyn Llwyd (52 signatures)
  3. Alan Simpson (52 signatures)
  4. Kelvin Hopkins (50 signatures)
  5. Jim Dobbin (40 signatures)
  6. Jeffrey Donaldson (32 signatures)
  7. Phil Willis (32 signatures)
  8. John Barrett (32 signatures)
  9. Dr William McCrea (31 signatures)
  10. Jim Devine (30 signatures)
  11. Kim Howells (26 signatures)

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