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A total of 70 mps proposed 21 motions and submitted a total of 335 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM754 Agricultural Wages Board proposed by Tom Blenkinsop
EDM755 Parliamentary Oath And Affirmation proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM756 Contaminated Blood proposed by David Mowat
EDM757 Access To Water proposed by Tony Lloyd
EDM758 English Defence League proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM759 Voter Registration Requirements proposed by Kevin Brennan
EDM760 New Safeguards For Internet Privacy proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM761 Diabetes Drug Avandia proposed by Jim Dobbin
EDM762 Missing People proposed by Ann Coffey
EDM763 Andrew France proposed by John Hemming
EDM764 Rifaat Al-Assad In London proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM765 Public Expenditure And Crossrail proposed by John Mann
EDM766 Nuclear Test Veterans proposed by Chris Williamson
EDM767 Science Is Vital Campaign proposed by Julian Huppert
EDM768 Model Sanctuary At London Fashion Week proposed by Jo Swinson
EDM769 Japanese Whale And Dolphin Hunting proposed by Tony Cunningham
EDM770 Electoral Reform And The Second Ballot System proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM771 Secondary Breast Cancer Awareness Day proposed by Steve Brine
EDM772 Genetically Modified Organisms proposed by Caroline Lucas
EDM773 Deaths At Gosport Hospital proposed by Stephen Lloyd
EDM728A1 Executive Bonuses proposed by Grahame Morris

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM707 Government Funding For UK Science (8 signatures)
  2. EDM759 Voter Registration Requirements (8 signatures)
  3. EDM741 Musicians And Airlines (7 signatures)
  4. EDM653 Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards For Private Rented Homes (6 signatures)
  5. EDM724 Service Of The Late Miss Eileen Nearne Mbe (6 signatures)
  6. EDM660 Loan Sharks (6 signatures)
  7. EDM723 Chernobyl Children's Lifeline (6 signatures)
  8. EDM712 Renewable Heat (6 signatures)
  9. EDM740 Nacro's Change The Record Campaign (6 signatures)
  10. EDM738 Royal Mail (5 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Julie Hilling (74 signatures)
  2. John McDonnell (23 signatures)
  3. Jeffrey Donaldson (19 signatures)
  4. Annette Brooke (19 signatures)
  5. Eric Illsley (16 signatures)
  6. Peter Bottomley (13 signatures)
  7. Mary Glindon (12 signatures)
  8. Wayne David (11 signatures)
  9. Grahame Morris (8 signatures)
  10. Charles Kennedy (7 signatures)
  11. Roberta Blackman-Woods (7 signatures)

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