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A total of 117 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 306 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM224 Ban On Battery Cages For Game Birds proposed by Adrian Sanders
EDM225 Proposed Closure Of Companies House Nantgarw Office proposed by Owen Smith
EDM226 Saturday Tours Of Parliament proposed by John Mann
EDM227 G8 Summit And Child Maternal Health proposed by Tony Baldry
EDM228 Use Of Jerusalem As The English National Anthem At The 2010 Commonwealth Games proposed by Greg Mulholland
EDM229 Hon. Members Who Do Not Take Their Seats proposed by David Simpson
EDM230 Investigation Into Use Of UK Aid To India proposed by Barry Gardiner
EDM231 National Eye Health Week 2010 proposed by Alun Michael
EDM232 Proposed Closure Of Trench (Uk) On Tyneside proposed by Stephen Hepburn
EDM233 Regulation Of The Private Rented Sector proposed by Andrew Love
EDM234 United For Education Campaign proposed by Jon Trickett
EDM235 Screening Of England World Cup Matches proposed by Gareth Thomas
EDM236 F40 And Education Funding proposed by Robin Walker
EDM238 Royal Society Of Chemistry's Parliamentary Links Day proposed by Mark Lancaster
EDM239 Falkland Islands Liberation Day proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM240 Non-Native Invasive Species proposed by Andrew George
EDM241 London Underground Ticket Offices In Hampstead And Kilburn Constituency proposed by Glenda Jackson

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM234 United For Education Campaign (18 signatures)
  2. EDM160 Children With Autism (15 signatures)
  3. EDM112 Human Rights In Burma (10 signatures)
  4. EDM233 Regulation Of The Private Rented Sector (10 signatures)
  5. EDM236 F40 And Education Funding (9 signatures)
  6. EDM135 Proposed Academies Legislation (8 signatures)
  7. EDM191 Refugee And Migrant Justice Charity (7 signatures)
  8. EDM214 Breathe Easy Week 2010 Campaign (7 signatures)
  9. EDM231 National Eye Health Week 2010 (6 signatures)
  10. EDM128 Carers (6 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. David Anderson (13 signatures)
  2. Jeremy Corbyn (12 signatures)
  3. Peter Bottomley (12 signatures)
  4. Andrew George (11 signatures)
  5. Stephen Pound (10 signatures)
  6. John Cryer (9 signatures)
  7. Dennis Skinner (9 signatures)
  8. Heidi Alexander (9 signatures)
  9. Jim Dobbin (8 signatures)
  10. Dr William McCrea (8 signatures)
  11. Stephen Williams (8 signatures)

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