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A total of 128 mps proposed 13 motions and submitted a total of 523 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM2281 Expert Evidence Parliamentary Inquiry proposed by John Hemming
EDM2282 High Value Manufacturing proposed by Adrian Bailey
EDM2283 School Transport proposed by Annette Brooke
EDM2284 Campaign To Save The Irish Post Newspaper (No. 2) proposed by Chris Ruane
EDM2285 Implementation Of Business, Innovation And Skills Committee Report On Pub Companies proposed by Greg Mulholland
EDM2286 80th Anniversary Of Leeds Bradford International Airport proposed by Greg Mulholland
EDM2287 Hillsborough And The Sun Newspaper proposed by Dave Watts
EDM2288 Parliamentary Recess: November 2011 proposed by Gregory Campbell
EDM2289 Visit By The Turkish Prime Minister To Cyprus proposed by Jim Sheridan
EDM2290 Blackpool Christian Cafe And Lancashire Constabulary proposed by David Simpson
EDM2225A1 Israel's Treatment Of Palestinian Prisoners proposed by Robert Halfon
EDM2266A1 Olympics 2012 proposed by Bob Russell
EDM2274A1 Prisoner Exchange And Palestinian Child Prisoners proposed by Robert Halfon

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM2287 Hillsborough And The Sun Newspaper (44 signatures)
  2. EDM754 Agricultural Wages Board (19 signatures)
  3. EDM2257 Anti-Slavery Day 2011 (18 signatures)
  4. EDM2285 Implementation Of Business, Innovation And Skills Committee Report On Pub Companies (17 signatures)
  5. EDM2271 Muscular Dystrophy Campaign And The Charity Times Campaigning Team Of The Year Award 2011 (13 signatures)
  6. EDM2279 Use Of Enforcement Powers On Energy Companies By Ofgem (11 signatures)
  7. EDM2277 Bank And Financial Transaction Charges (11 signatures)
  8. EDM2270 Syria (11 signatures)
  9. EDM2274 Prisoner Exchange And Palestinian Child Prisoners (10 signatures)
  10. EDM2258 Release Of Political Prisoners In Burma (No. 2) (9 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Lindsay Roy (46 signatures)
  2. Elfyn Llwyd (33 signatures)
  3. Lady Hermon (29 signatures)
  4. Nigel Dodds (25 signatures)
  5. Kelvin Hopkins (25 signatures)
  6. Ronnie Campbell (22 signatures)
  7. Jeffrey Donaldson (20 signatures)
  8. Martin Caton (18 signatures)
  9. Mike Weir (17 signatures)
  10. Katy Clark (14 signatures)
  11. Alan Meale (13 signatures)

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