Early day motion 2379

REVIEW OF ABORTION LEGISLATION

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Total number of signatures: 158

Alexander, Danny Amess, David Ancram, Michael Anderson, David
Anderson, Janet Atkinson, Peter Beith, Alan Benton, Joe
Benyon, Richard Binley, Brian Borrow, David S Bottomley, Peter
Brady, Graham Brake, Tom Brazier, Julian Breed, Colin
Brooke, Annette Burns, Simon Burrowes, David Burstow, Paul
Burt, Alistair Burt, Lorely Cable, Vincent Carmichael, Alistair
Cash, William Caton, Martin Chapman, Ben Clark, Greg
Clarke, Tom Clegg, Nick Cook, Frank Crabb, Stephen
Cummings, John Cunningham, Jim Curtis-Thomas, Claire Davies, David TC
Davies, Philip Davies, Quentin Davis, David Dean, Janet
Dobbin, Jim Dodds, Nigel Donaldson, Jeffrey Drew, David
Duncan Smith, Iain Durkan, Mark Evans, Nigel Evennett, David
Farron, Tim Field, Frank Field, Mark Foster, Don
Fox, Liam Galloway, George Garnier, Edward George, Andrew
Gibson, Ian Goldsworthy, Julia Goodman, Paul Goodwill, Robert
Gove, Michael Grayling, Chris Green, Damian Grieve, Dominic
Grogan, John Gummer, John Hamilton, David Hammond, Stephen
Hancock, Mike Hands, Greg Harper, Mark Harris, Evan
Hayes, John Heald, Oliver Hendry, Charles Herbert, Nick
Horam, John Howard, Michael Howarth, David Hoyle, Lindsay
Hughes, Simon Huhne, Chris Hunter, Mark Jackson, Stewart
Jones, David Jones, Helen Jones, Lynne Kaufman, Gerald
Kawczynski, Daniel Keetch, Paul Key, Robert Kirkbride, Julie
Lamb, Norman Laxton, Bob Leigh, Edward Lilley, Peter
Love, Andrew Mackinlay, Andrew MacNeil, Angus Main, Anne
Marsden, Gordon Marshall, David Mates, Michael May, Theresa
McCrea, Dr William McGovern, Jim McGrady, Eddie Miller, Andrew
Milton, Anne Murphy, Paul Newmark, Brooks Oaten, Mark
O'Hara, Edward Penning, Mike Pope, Greg Pugh, John
Randall, John Rifkind, Malcolm Robertson, Laurence Robinson, Iris
Rosindell, Andrew Rowen, Paul Selous, Andrew Smith, Geraldine
Smith, Robert Soames, Nicholas Spicer, Michael Spink, Bob
Streeter, Gary Stringer, Graham Stunell, Andrew Swayne, Desmond
Taylor, David Taylor, Ian Teather, Sarah Thurso, John
Todd, Mark Touhig, Don Vaizey, Edward Walker, Charles
Wallace, Ben Walter, Robert Waterson, Nigel Watkinson, Angela
Webb, Steve Weir, Mike Widdecombe, Ann Williams, Roger
Williams, Stephen Willis, Phil Wilson, Rob Wilson, Sammy
Winterton, Ann Winterton, Nicholas Wright, Jeremy Wyatt, Derek
Yeo, Tim Younger-Ross, Richard

That this House endorses Recommendation 77 of the Report of the Science and Technology Committee, Human Reproductive Technologies and the Law; and calls on the Government to set up a joint committee of both Houses to consider the scientific, medical and social changes in relation to abortion that have taken place since 1967, with a view to presenting options for new legislation.