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A total of 123 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 732 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM359 Nuclear Transparency Obligations proposed by Caroline Lucas
EDM360 Names Of The Fallen proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM361 Knowsley Magistrates' Court proposed by George Howarth
EDM362 Government Office Network proposed by John McDonnell
EDM363 Report On Isa Account Switching proposed by Gregory Campbell
EDM364 Open University Support For Part-Time Students proposed by Iain Stewart
EDM365 Improvement In Air Quality In Port Talbot proposed by Hywel Francis
EDM366 Financial Services Compensation Scheme And Lehman Brothers Investors proposed by Daniel Rogerson
EDM367 Sustainable Livestock Farming And Food Production proposed by Robert Flello
EDM368 Centre For Life In Newcastle proposed by Chinyelu Onwurah
EDM369 Effects Of June 2010 Budget On People With Disabilities proposed by Fiona O'Donnell
EDM370 Diabetes Research proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM371 Housing Revenue Account Subsidy System proposed by Jonathan Edwards
EDM372 Obesity And Low Calorie Sweetened Beverages proposed by Kevin Barron
EDM373 Canada Day proposed by Andrew Rosindell
EDM374 Reform Of Voting Rights In The Football Association proposed by Robert Halfon

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM260 Beak Trimming Of Laying Hens (21 signatures)
  2. EDM339 Statutory Register Of Lobbyists (13 signatures)
  3. EDM354 Congo (12 signatures)
  4. EDM353 Paediatric Continence Services (12 signatures)
  5. EDM372 Obesity And Low Calorie Sweetened Beverages (11 signatures)
  6. EDM112 Human Rights In Burma (11 signatures)
  7. EDM362 Government Office Network (11 signatures)
  8. EDM365 Improvement In Air Quality In Port Talbot (10 signatures)
  9. EDM341 Independent Living Fund (10 signatures)
  10. EDM367 Sustainable Livestock Farming And Food Production (9 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John McDonnell (184 signatures)
  2. Eric Illsley (38 signatures)
  3. David Simpson (30 signatures)
  4. Katy Clark (27 signatures)
  5. Nigel Dodds (24 signatures)
  6. Naomi Long (19 signatures)
  7. Lindsay Roy (19 signatures)
  8. Mike Hancock (18 signatures)
  9. Steve Rotheram (18 signatures)
  10. Alan Meale (15 signatures)
  11. Jim Dobbin (13 signatures)

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