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A total of 111 mps proposed 18 motions and submitted a total of 328 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM2342 Quaker Peace Testimony proposed by Sarah Newton
EDM2343 Movember proposed by John Leech
EDM2344 Racism In Football proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM2345 Maggie's Fm proposed by Lindsay Roy
EDM2346 Siemens And The UK Excellence Award proposed by John Leech
EDM2347 Provision Of Legal Services proposed by Austin Mitchell
EDM2348 Bankruptcy Of Allied Steel And Wire proposed by Jenny Willott
EDM2349 Institute Of Cardiovascular Medicine And Science proposed by Luciana Berger
EDM2350 Walk To School Schemes In Kent And Medway proposed by Tracey Crouch
EDM2351 The Prostate Cancer Charity And Movember proposed by Michael Crockart
EDM2352 National Adoption Week 2011 proposed by Valerie Vaz
EDM2353 Gadaffi Loyalists proposed by Daniel Kawczynski
EDM2354 Westminster Council Parking Restrictions proposed by Kelvin Hopkins
EDM2355 Rail Franchises proposed by Katy Clark
EDM2356 Contact Between Hon. Members And Their Constituents proposed by Gregory Campbell
EDM2357 Palestinian Membership Of Unesco proposed by Sandra Osborne
EDM2358 Thames Tunnel proposed by Andy Slaughter
EDM2335A1 Income Tax And The Personal Allowance proposed by Gregory Campbell

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM2341 Michael D. Higgins President Of Ireland (19 signatures)
  2. EDM2357 Palestinian Membership Of Unesco (17 signatures)
  3. EDM2328 World Diabetes Day (No. 2) (12 signatures)
  4. EDM2358 Thames Tunnel (12 signatures)
  5. EDM2351 The Prostate Cancer Charity And Movember (12 signatures)
  6. EDM2333 Youth Services (10 signatures)
  7. EDM2340 World War Memorials (9 signatures)
  8. EDM2345 Maggie's Fm (8 signatures)
  9. EDM2306 Access To Information And Services For People Who Are Deaf And Hard Of Hearing (8 signatures)
  10. EDM2339 Closure Of Jobcentre Plus Offices (8 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Martin Caton (21 signatures)
  2. Mark Durkan (16 signatures)
  3. Kelvin Hopkins (15 signatures)
  4. Andrew George (14 signatures)
  5. John Leech (13 signatures)
  6. Alan Meale (12 signatures)
  7. Dr William McCrea (11 signatures)
  8. David Simpson (11 signatures)
  9. Nick Smith (9 signatures)
  10. Jim Shannon (9 signatures)
  11. Linda Riordan (8 signatures)

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