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A total of 111 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 440 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM1887 Rights Of Domestic Workers proposed by Michael Connarty
EDM1888 New Statesman Leading Articles proposed by Peter Bottomley
EDM1889 Travellers In Prison proposed by Patrick Mercer
EDM1890 Royal Academy Of Engineering 35th Anniversary proposed by Andrew Miller
EDM1891 E. Coli Outbreak In Europe And The UK Cucumber Industry proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM1892 Jobs At The Daily Record And Sunday Mail proposed by Katy Clark
EDM1893 Women In Egypt proposed by Harriet Harman
EDM1894 Job Reductions At Daily Record And Sunday Mail proposed by Cathy Jamieson
EDM1895 Social Security Benefits Up-Rating Regulations 2011 proposed by Penny Mordaunt
EDM1896 North London And Herts Newspaper Group proposed by Andrew Love
EDM1897 Carers In Walsall South proposed by Valerie Vaz
EDM1898 Violence Against Minority Communities In Indonesia proposed by Siobhain McDonagh
EDM1899 Police Community Support Officer John Brayshaw proposed by David Morris
EDM1900 Council Tax Settlement At Lancaster City Council proposed by David Morris
EDM1881A1 May Day And Gardening proposed by Peter Bottomley

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM1893 Women In Egypt (23 signatures)
  2. EDM1861 Legislation On Illegal Timber (16 signatures)
  3. EDM1880 Mencap Campaign Against Disability Hate Crime (14 signatures)
  4. EDM1860 Wild Animals In Circuses (No.2) (12 signatures)
  5. EDM1865 BBC Panorama Report On Abuse Of People With Learning Disabilities (11 signatures)
  6. EDM1869 Rnid Name Change To Action On Hearing Loss (10 signatures)
  7. EDM1878 Health Impacts Of Low Energy Lighting (9 signatures)
  8. EDM1883 Diabetes Week 12-18 June 2011 (9 signatures)
  9. EDM1886 Co-Operative Education Trust Scotland (8 signatures)
  10. EDM1884 Institution Of Occupational Safety And Health's Life Savings Campaign (8 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. David Crausby (82 signatures)
  2. John McDonnell (28 signatures)
  3. Jeremy Corbyn (19 signatures)
  4. Mary Glindon (18 signatures)
  5. Jim Shannon (17 signatures)
  6. John Pugh (17 signatures)
  7. Mike Gapes (16 signatures)
  8. Tony Lloyd (13 signatures)
  9. Katy Clark (11 signatures)
  10. David Morris (9 signatures)
  11. Steve Rotheram (9 signatures)

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