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A total of 131 mps proposed 16 motions and submitted a total of 675 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1041 Mandatory Standards For The Quality Of Food Served In Nurseries proposed by Joan Walley
EDM1042 Mutuals Manifesto proposed by Adrian Bailey
EDM1043 Hon. Members' Pay (No. 2) proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM1044 Control Orders proposed by Diane Abbott
EDM1045 Earth Hour 2010 Campaign And The Palace Of Westminster proposed by Daniel Rogerson
EDM1046 60th Anniversary Of The Korean War proposed by Mark Pritchard
EDM1047 Indeterminate Sentences For Public Protection proposed by Andrew Stunell
EDM1048 Great British Elm Experiment Campaign proposed by Bob Russell
EDM1049 Pay Of Senior Local Authority Officers proposed by Bob Spink
EDM1050 Road Surface Treatments proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM1051 Neighbourhood And Home Watch proposed by Lindsay Hoyle
EDM1052 Justification Process For New Nuclear Reactors proposed by Simon Hughes
EDM318A1 Charities And Recorded Music Licences proposed by Michael Connarty
EDM874A1 Ugandan Mp David Bahati And Homosexuality proposed by John Hemming
EDM1035A1 Supermarket Ombudsman And Dairy Farmers proposed by Andrew George
EDM1035A2 Supermarket Ombudsman And Dairy Farmers proposed by Andrew George

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1038 Unite's Not-For-profit Campaign (18 signatures)
  2. EDM1029 Michael Foot (No. 2) (17 signatures)
  3. EDM877 Treatment Of Christians And Religious Liberty (15 signatures)
  4. EDM1015 Gmb Union And Safeguard Campaign (15 signatures)
  5. EDM1022 Lives On The Line Campaign (14 signatures)
  6. EDM1009 Cycling And The Vote Bike Manifesto Campaign (13 signatures)
  7. EDM1041 Mandatory Standards For The Quality Of Food Served In Nurseries (12 signatures)
  8. EDM1040 Uprating Of State Earnings-Related Pensions (12 signatures)
  9. EDM999 Ms Awareness Week (11 signatures)
  10. EDM1021 National Manufacturing Week, 1-5 March 2010 (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Alan Simpson (50 signatures)
  2. Bill Etherington (46 signatures)
  3. Ann Cryer (31 signatures)
  4. Kim Howells (26 signatures)
  5. Mike Hancock (23 signatures)
  6. Paul Flynn (23 signatures)
  7. Nigel Evans (23 signatures)
  8. Sarah Teather (22 signatures)
  9. Roger Godsiff (21 signatures)
  10. Martin Caton (19 signatures)
  11. Michael Connarty (18 signatures)

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