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Weekly Information Bulletin: 12th February 2011

Early Day Motions tabled between

4 – 11 February 2011


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

04.02.11

1403

Valerie Vaz

MUSICIANS AND AIR TRAVEL

04.02.11

1404

Keith Vaz

VISIT OF YEMENI FOREIGN MINISTER

04.02.11

1405

Jonathan Edwards

FOOD STANDARDS AGENCY ABATTOIR PROPOSALS

07.02.11

1406

Greg Mulholland

FUTURE OF THE LEEDS CRISIS CENTRE

07.02.11

1407

John Mann

VISIT OF THE MINISTER OF PENSIONS TO BASSETLAW CONSTITUENCY

07.02.11

1408

Mr Brian Binley

ROYAL MAIL (No. 2)

07.02.11

1409

Robert Halfon

NURSES AND LONE WORKING

07.02.11

1410

Simon Reevell

PROCESS AND MANUFACTURING SECTOR

07.02.11

1411

Robert Halfon

VOTING RIGHTS IN THE BBC

08.02.11

1412

Pamela Nash

CITIZENS ADVICE SCOTLAND REPORT ON BEING YOUNG BEING HEARD

08.02.11

1413

Mr David Crausby

NATURE RESERVES

08.02.11

1414

Tom Blenkinsop

PRIOR PURSGLOVE COLLEGE

08.02.11

1415

Tom Blenkinsop

HARRY TOUT

08.02.11

1416

Tim Farron

ANNIVERSARY OF FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE OUTBREAK

08.02.11

1417

Mr James Clappison

UNIVERSITY ADMISSIONS

08.02.11

1418

David Morris

DAVID HASSELHOFF AND MORECAMBE WINTER GARDENS

08.02.11

1419

Jim Shannon

SITUATION IN EGYPT

08.02.11

1420

Robert Halfon

WORKERS' RIGHTS IN EGYPT

08.02.11

1421

Jim Shannon

FLIGHT TIME LIMITATIONS FOR PILOTS

08.02.11

1422

Andrew Rosindell

PLUCKING OF FEATHERS FROM LIVE BIRDS

08.02.11

1423

Mr John Leech

BARLOW MOOR LIBRARY, MERSEYBANK

09.02.11

1424

Naomi Long

SALE OF PUPPIES IN PET SHOPS

09.02.11

1425

Keith Vaz

IMPACT OF ENDING OF EDUCATION MAINTENANCE ALLOWANCE ON LEICESTER STUDENTS

09.02.11

1426

Mr Stephen Hepburn

HOUSE OF COMMONS CULINARY TEAM AND HOSPITALITY 2011

09.02.11

1427

Jeremy Corbyn

NEW START TREATY

09.02.11

1428

Mr Alan Meale

FIRE CONTROL COVER

09.02.11

1429

John Hemming

INQUIRY INTO SECRET PRISONERS

09.02.11

1430

John Hemming

NUSRAT AND MASERAT PARVEEN

09.02.11

1431

John Hemming

ANDREW FRANCE (No.2)

09.02.11

1432

Ian Mearns

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FOR THE NORTH EAST OF ENGLAND

09.02.11

1433

Jo Swinson

IMPROVING ACCESS TO PSYCHOLOGICAL THERAPIES

09.02.11

1434

Fabian Hamilton

ARRESTS IN TIBET

09.02.11

1435

Mr Elfyn Llwyd

NATONAL STALKING AWARENESS WEEK

09.02.11

1436

John McDonnell

TUCS MARCH FOR THE ALTERNATIVE

09.02.11

1437

Sir Peter Bottomley

VOTING BY PRISONERS

09.02.11

1438

Malcolm Bruce

ACCESS TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS FOR DEAF PEOPLE

09.02.11

1439

Malcolm Bruce

NATIONAL TINNITUS WEEK

09.02.11

1440

Mr Jim Cunningham

WEST MIDLANDS AND COVENTRY CITIZENS ADVICE BUREAUX DEBT ADVICE SERVICE

09.02.11

1441

David Morris

PLACES FOR PEOPLE GROUP ACTIONS AT MEARSBECK APARTMENTS MORECOMBE

10.02.11

1442

Mrs Linda Riordan

WITHDRAWAL OF RESTAURANT CARS ON EAST COAST MAIN

10.02.11

1443

Stephen Lloyd

MULTIPLE SCLERORIS SPECIALIST NURSES

10.02.11

1444

Eric Joyce

EXTRACTIVE INDUSTRY TRANSPARENCY INITIATIVE PRINCIPLES

10.02.11

1445

Robert Halfon

COST OF PRESS CUTTINGS SERVICES IN GOVERNMENT

10.02.11

1446

Robert Halfon

COST OF PRESS CUTTINGS SERVICES IN THE CABINET OFFICE

10.02.11

1447

Robert Halfon

COST OF PRESS CUTTINGS SERVICES IN THE NORTHERN IRELAND OFFICE

10.02.11

1448

Austin Mitchell

FUTURE OF POLICE COMMUNITY SUPPORT OFFICERS

10.02.11

1449

Mrs Mary Glindon

SUPPORT FOR VULNERABLE CONSTITUENTS IN WINTER WEATHER