Early day motion 679


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Total number of signatures: 138

Ainsworth, Bob Aldous, Peter Anderson, David Baldry, Tony
Barron, Kevin Bayley, Hugh Begg, Anne Beith, Alan
Blomfield, Paul Brady, Graham Brooke, Annette Bruce, Fiona
Burden, Richard Burley, Aidan Burstow, Paul Campbell, Menzies
Campbell, Ronnie Carmichael, Neil Caton, Martin Clark, Katy
Coffey, Ann Cooper, Rosie Corbyn, Jeremy Crausby, David
Crockart, Mike Crouch, Tracey Cunningham, Jim Cunningham, Tony
Davies, David TC Davies, Geraint Davies, Glyn Dobson, Frank
Dodds, Nigel Doran, Frank Dowd, Jim Durkan, Mark
Edwards, Jonathan Engel, Natascha Esterson, Bill Farron, Tim
Field, Frank Francis, Hywel Galloway, George Gapes, Mike
George, Andrew Gilmore, Sheila Glindon, Mary Godsiff, Roger
Goggins, Paul Goldsmith, Zac Halfon, Robert Hamilton, Fabian
Hancock, Mike Harvey, Nick Havard, Dai Hemming, John
Hermon, Lady Hood, Jim Hopkins, Kelvin Horwood, Martin
Hosie, Stewart Howarth, George Hughes, Simon Hunt, Tristram
Huppert, Julian Jackson, Glenda Jackson, Stewart Jowell, Tessa
Kaufman, Gerald Kennedy, Charles Lazarowicz, Mark Leech, John
Leslie, Charlotte Lloyd, Stephen Llwyd, Elfyn Long, Naomi
Lucas, Caroline Mann, John McCabe, Steve McCrea, Dr William
McDonnell, John McGovern, Alison McKenzie, Iain Meale, Alan
Mearns, Ian Mercer, Patrick Miller, Andrew Mordaunt, Penny
Morden, Jessica Morrice, Graeme Mudie, George Mulholland, Greg
Nash, Pamela O'Donnell, Fiona Owen, Albert Parish, Neil
Powell, Lucy Pugh, John Reckless, Mark Reed, Steve
Reid, Alan Robertson, Angus Robertson, John Rogerson, Dan
Rosindell, Andrew Roy, Lindsay Ruane, Chris Ruddock, Joan
Russell, Bob Sanders, Adrian Shannon, Jim Sharma, Virendra
Simpson, David Skinner, Dennis Smith, Robert Spelman, Caroline
Streeter, Gary Stringer, Graham Stuart, Graham Stunell, Andrew
Swales, Ian Tami, Mark Teather, Sarah Thurso, John
Tredinnick, David Walker, Robin Walley, Joan Watts, Dave
Weir, Mike Williams, Hywel Williams, Mark Williams, Roger
Williams, Stephen Wilson, Sammy Wishart, Pete Wood, Mike Roy
Woodward, Shaun Wright, Simon

That this House notes that cycling benefits public health, the economy, the environment and quality of life; further notes the strength of public and parliamentary support for The Times newspaper's Cities fit for Cycling campaign, and its backing for an inquiry by the All Party Parliamentary Cycling Group on Getting Britain Cycling; further notes callsfrom national cycling organisations for a cycling action plan to increase cycling among people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, and to reduce the actual and perceived risks of cycling, whether for day-to-day travel, outdoor recreation or sport; and calls on the Government to provide leadership, resources and Cabinet-level co-ordination across Government departments and external partners to produce and implement such a plan as part of our Olympic legacy, including measures to strengthen road traffic law and its enforcement, improve cycling conditions and perceptions of safety, integrate cycling with public transport, promote cycling through schools, colleges, workplaces, community organisations and beyond, and embed cycling into the heart of transport, planning and other relevant policies.