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A total of 86 mps proposed 17 motions and submitted a total of 368 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM878 Biodiversity And Poverty proposed by John Leech
EDM879 Commonwealth Scholarships proposed by David Lammy
EDM880 Police Community Support Officers In Lancashire proposed by David Morris
EDM881 Service Standards And The Kitemark For Garages proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM882 Information Commissioner And Internet Privacy proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM883 Google And The Capture Of Data Using Street View Cars proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM884 Armed Forces proposed by Nadine Dorries
EDM885 Children And Media Literacy proposed by David Morris
EDM886 Leicester And Sustainability proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM887 Body Shop Anti-Human Trafficking Campaign proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM888 Changes To The Lisbon Treaty proposed by Roger Godsiff
EDM889 Royal British Legion March For Honour proposed by Tony Baldry
EDM890 Government Funding Of The Institute Of Fiscal Studies proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM891 Government Economic Policy proposed by Kelvin Hopkins
EDM892 British Lecturers In Italy proposed by Valerie Vaz
EDM893 Olympic Truce proposed by Gary Streeter
EDM894 Immigration (Cm 7944) proposed by Julian Huppert

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM788 BBC World Service And Human Rights (13 signatures)
  2. EDM878 Biodiversity And Poverty (10 signatures)
  3. EDM866 Funding For Adult Learning (9 signatures)
  4. EDM874 Debt Management Fees (9 signatures)
  5. EDM825 United Nations General Assembly Resolution On Depleted Uranium (8 signatures)
  6. EDM778 Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (8 signatures)
  7. EDM879 Commonwealth Scholarships (8 signatures)
  8. EDM873 National Express And Trade Union Rights (8 signatures)
  9. EDM872 Provision Of Consumer Credit Regulation And Advice (8 signatures)
  10. EDM876 Coalfield Regeneration (7 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. John McDonnell (86 signatures)
  2. Michael Connarty (27 signatures)
  3. Hywel Francis (25 signatures)
  4. Jeremy Corbyn (15 signatures)
  5. Ian Davidson (14 signatures)
  6. John Cryer (13 signatures)
  7. Mary Glindon (11 signatures)
  8. Andrew George (11 signatures)
  9. Mike Hancock (9 signatures)
  10. Bob Russell (9 signatures)
  11. Grahame Morris (9 signatures)

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