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Weekly Information Bulletin: 16th May 2009

Early Day Motions tabled between
11 - 14 May 2009

Early Day Motion is a colloquial term for a notice given by a Member for which no date has been fixed for debate.

This section records the date, number, primary sponsor and title of EDMs tabled in the last week.

[R] denotes relevant interest declared

For information about the text and signatories see 'Notices of Motions' section of the Vote Bundle, the EDM Database on the Parliament website or contact the House of Commons Information Office (Tel: 020 7219 4272) who will advise.

For further information on Early Day Motions see HCIO Factsheet P3 produced by the House of Commons Information Office, available, in hardcopy on request or to download from the Parliament website.

Date EDM    Primary Sponsor    Title
11.5.09 1455 Lynne Jones MIND WEEK CAMPAIGN ON MEN'S MENTAL HEALTH
11.5.09 1456 Mr George Galloway GAZA 100 EVENT
11.5.09 1457 Bob Spink NATIONAL FAMILY WEEK
11.5.09 1458 Mr Lindsay Hoyle ANDY MURRAY AND BRITISH TENNIS
11.5.09 1459 Mr Lindsay Hoyle SMART METERS
11.5.09 1460 Bob Russell LOCAL NEWSPAPER WEEK
11.5.09 1461 Mr John Prescott EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES BILL
11.5.09 1462 John Austin ARRESTS OF DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY PARTY MEMBERS IN TURKEY
11.5.09 1463 Mr David Anderson INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY
11.5.09 1464 Mr Bernard Jenkin 90th ANNIVERSARY OF COMBAT STRESS
11.5.09 1465 Andrew Rosindell 64th ANNIVERSARY OF THE LIBERATION OF THE CHANNEL ISLANDS
12.5.09 1466 Bob Spink COCAINE AND CUTTING AGENTS
12.5.09 1467 Sarah Teather PERSONAL CARE CHARGES
12.5.09 1468 Mr Phil Willis BRITISH PHYSICS OLYMPIAD
12.5.09 1469 Jim Cousins NATIONAL EXPRESS EAST COAST MAIN LINE FRANCHISE
12.5.09 1470 Hugh Bayley BUILDING COLLEGES FOR THE FUTURE PROGRAMME
12.5.09 1471 Mrs Janet Dean BOGUS COLLEGES
12.5.09 1472 Jo Swinson VOTING AGE AND 16-YEARS-OLDS
12.5.09 1473 Mr Eric Martlew BAN ON SNARES
12.5.09 1474 Dr Hywel Francis ADULT LEARNING
12.5.09 1475 Mr Lindsay Hoyle HOUSE OF COMMONS CATERING STAFF
12.5.09 1476 John McDonnell DETENTION OF TRADE 
12.5.09 1477 Mary Creagh PROSECUTION OF GENOCIDE AND CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY
13.5.09 1478 Mr Christopher Chope 2009 LOCAL AUTHORITY ROAD MAINTENANCE SURVEY
13.5.09 1479 Dr Rudi Vis CARBON CAPTURE AND STORAGE AND DEMAND RATIONING
13.5.09 1480 John Hemming ARREST OF SENATOR STUART SYVRET

Date

EDM    Primary Sponsor    Title
13.5.09 1481 Mrs Linda Riordan EARLY SETTLEMENT BY INSURANCE COMPANIES
13.5.09 1482 John McDonnell NATIONAL MINIMUM WAGE UPRATING
13.5.09 1483 Tim Loughton FOSTER CARE FORTNIGHT
13.5.09 1484 Martin Salter STEVE COPPELL
13.5.09 1485 Tim Loughton CHILDREN IN CARE
13.5.09 1486 Mr David Clelland GATESHEAD FOOTBALL CLUB
14.5.09 1487 Martin Horwood MANDATORY MICROCHIPPING OF DOGS
14.5.09 1488 Mr Dai Davies ALLOWANCE FOR LOWERED STANDARD OF OCCUPATION EARNINGS ALLOWANCE FOR ARMED FORCES VETERANS
14.5.09 1489 Mr Lindsay Hoyle GIBRALTAR AND THE EUROPEAN ELECTIONS
14.5.09 1490 Ann Clwyd AUNG SAN SUU KYI
14.5.09 1491 John Barrett EQUITABLE LIFE COMPENSATION (No. 3)
14.5.09 1492 Geraldine Smith ABORTION ADVERTISING
14.5.09 1493 Ann Winterton ARCHBISHOP VINCENT NICHOLS'S STATEMENT ON ABORTION
14.5.09 1494 Mr Austin Mitchell GOOGLE AND TAX
14.5.09 1495 Mr Jim Cunningham RAILWAY SAFETY
14.5.09 1496 John McDonnell [R] HAYES AND YEADING UNITED
14.5.09 1497 Norman Lamb SEAT RESERVATION CHARGES AND NATIONAL EXPRESS

 
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