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A total of 106 mps proposed 18 motions and submitted a total of 464 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM123 Gordon Warren And The Metropolitan Police Service proposed by Tom Brake
EDM124 Harry Gregg proposed by Gregory Campbell
EDM125 VAT On Sports Nutrition Drinks proposed by Austin Mitchell
EDM126 Protection Of The Women's Library London Metropolitan University proposed by Valerie Vaz
EDM127 Parliamentary Honours proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM128 Extradition proposed by Caroline Lucas
EDM129 Cleaners At St George's, Tooting And The London Living Wage proposed by John McDonnell
EDM130 Ministerial Code proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM131 Aung San Suu Kyi And Visit To Parliament 21 June 2012 proposed by Valerie Vaz
EDM132 Beecroft Report's Proposal For No Fault Dismissal proposed by Andrew Love
EDM133 Groceries Adjudicator proposed by Jim Shannon
EDM134 London Midland Ticket Offices proposed by Frank Dobson
EDM135 Balmoral Review proposed by Jim Shannon
EDM136 Deportation Of Tamils To Sri Lanka proposed by Virendra Kumar Sharma
EDM137 Training For Seafarers proposed by Karl Turner
EDM138 Wales' Share Of High Speed 2 Investment proposed by Geraint Davies
EDM139 Possibility Of War proposed by Paul Flynn
EDM140 Museums And Galleries In Walsall proposed by Valerie Vaz

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM125 VAT On Sports Nutrition Drinks (21 signatures)
  2. EDM46 Funding For The Thalidomide Victims Pilot Scheme (19 signatures)
  3. EDM104 Raf Bomber Command Memorial - Hyde Park Corner (16 signatures)
  4. EDM106 Female Genital Mutilation (15 signatures)
  5. EDM132 Beecroft Report's Proposal For No Fault Dismissal (12 signatures)
  6. EDM119 Energy Efficiency Directive (11 signatures)
  7. EDM66 Health Inequality And Clinical Care Commissioning Groups (11 signatures)
  8. EDM138 Wales' Share Of High Speed 2 Investment (11 signatures)
  9. EDM110 VAT On Alterations To Churches (11 signatures)
  10. EDM96 Trident Replacement (10 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Alan Meale (42 signatures)
  2. John McDonnell (30 signatures)
  3. Steve Rotheram (25 signatures)
  4. Albert Owen (19 signatures)
  5. Jeremy Corbyn (18 signatures)
  6. Jim Dobbin (17 signatures)
  7. David Heyes (15 signatures)
  8. Ronnie Campbell (14 signatures)
  9. Lady Hermon (13 signatures)
  10. Paul Flynn (13 signatures)
  11. Joan Walley (11 signatures)

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