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A total of 62 mps proposed 15 motions and submitted a total of 286 signatures.

Motions Proposed Today

EDM278 Society Of Biology's Parliamentary Links Day proposed by Andrew Miller
EDM277 Centenary Of The British Ecological Society proposed by Andrew Miller
EDM276 Action To Cap Payday Loans proposed by George Galloway
EDM275 Brian Haw Memorial proposed by George Galloway
EDM274 Failure To Pay Minimum Wage proposed by George Galloway
EDM273 Top Universities Less Representative proposed by George Galloway
EDM272 Religious Education And Tolerance proposed by Stephen Lloyd
EDM271 Release Of Iranian Christians proposed by Gregory Campbell
EDM270 Safety At Work proposed by Steve Rotheram
EDM269 Funding For The Science Museum proposed by Hugh Bayley
EDM268 Improvements To The Working Conditions Of Betting Shop Staff proposed by David Lammy
EDM267 Private Healthcare Companies And Freedom Of Information proposed by Grahame Morris
EDM266 UN World Refugee Day And Internally Displaced Persons proposed by Penny Mordaunt
EDM265 Fortification Of Bread And Flour proposed by Roger Williams
EDM264 Election Results In Iran proposed by Jim Shannon

Today's Most Popular Motions

  1. EDM269 Funding For The Science Museum (12 signatures)
  2. EDM238 Sepsis (9 signatures)
  3. EDM249 Tackling Dog Attacks On Postmen And Postwomen (9 signatures)
  4. EDM250 Short Walks ? Type 2 Diabetes Prevention (9 signatures)
  5. EDM254 Thalidomide Grunenthal Campaign (8 signatures)
  6. EDM247 Recognition Of Women's Contribution To World War 1 And World War 2 (8 signatures)
  7. EDM244 Air Passenger Duty (8 signatures)
  8. EDM268 Improvements To The Working Conditions Of Betting Shop Staff (7 signatures)
  9. EDM157 Issues Of Transparency In English Football (6 signatures)
  10. EDM223 Food Banks And Food Poverty (6 signatures)

Today's Most Prolific MPs

  1. Paul Flynn (32 signatures)
  2. Martin Caton (24 signatures)
  3. David Anderson (23 signatures)
  4. Lady Hermon (20 signatures)
  5. George Howarth (17 signatures)
  6. Jim Shannon (15 signatures)
  7. Ian Lavery (12 signatures)
  8. Naomi Long (11 signatures)
  9. Alan Meale (11 signatures)
  10. Mark Durkan (9 signatures)
  11. Grahame Morris (8 signatures)

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