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A total of 131 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 497 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM2706 Draft Nice Guidance For The Use Of Abiraterone proposed by John Leech
EDM2707 Lower Paid And Part-Time Employees proposed by Gregory Campbell
EDM2708 Cross Boundary Looked-After Children proposed by Ann Coffey
EDM2709 Air Ambulance Service proposed by Hugh Bayley
EDM2710 Burma proposed by Fiona Bruce
EDM2711 Service Personnel proposed by Jim Shannon
EDM2712 General Strike In Egypt proposed by John McDonnell
EDM2713 Bonuses And Job Cuts At Trinity Mirror proposed by John McDonnell
EDM2714 UK Relations With India proposed by Keith Vaz
EDM2715 Deteriorating Human Rights In Tibet proposed by Fabian Hamilton
EDM2716 Bangladesh, Democracy And The Rule Of Law proposed by John Hemming
EDM2717 Proposed Eu Legislation On Financing Of Illegal Activity In The West Bank proposed by Jeremy Corbyn
EDM2718 UK Bed And Breakfast Accommodation proposed by Timothy Farron
EDM2719 Aid To Victims Of Conflict In Burma proposed by Valerie Vaz
EDM2720 Copyright And Charles Dickens proposed by John Whittingdale

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM2531 Close Season For Hare Shooting (34 signatures)
  2. EDM2659 Publication Of The Risk Register On Health And Social Care Bill Reforms (25 signatures)
  3. EDM2689 The Times' Cities Fit For Cycling Campaign (18 signatures)
  4. EDM2709 Air Ambulance Service (14 signatures)
  5. EDM2717 Proposed Eu Legislation On Financing Of Illegal Activity In The West Bank (13 signatures)
  6. EDM2696 Exposure To Asbestos (11 signatures)
  7. EDM2720 Copyright And Charles Dickens (10 signatures)
  8. EDM2665 Means-Testing Free Bus Passes (10 signatures)
  9. EDM2708 Cross Boundary Looked-After Children (10 signatures)
  10. EDM2685 Cycle Safety (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Jim McGovern (34 signatures)
  2. Lady Hermon (27 signatures)
  3. Sandra Osborne (21 signatures)
  4. Stephen Hepburn (19 signatures)
  5. Gregory Campbell (18 signatures)
  6. Martin Caton (18 signatures)
  7. David Crausby (17 signatures)
  8. Kelvin Hopkins (15 signatures)
  9. Peter Bottomley (14 signatures)
  10. Albert Owen (13 signatures)
  11. Jeremy Corbyn (12 signatures)

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