Early day motion 892


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Total number of signatures: 120

Ainsworth, Bob Aldous, Peter Anderson, David Barron, Kevin
Bayley, Hugh Begg, Anne Betts, Clive Birtwistle, Gordon
Blackman, Bob Bottomley, Peter Brady, Graham Bridgen, Andrew
Brooke, Annette Bruce, Malcolm Burley, Aidan Campbell, Ronnie
Carmichael, Neil Carswell, Douglas Cash, William Caton, Martin
Clarke, Tom Cooper, Rosie Crausby, David Crouch, Tracey
Cunningham, Alex Cunningham, Jim Cunningham, Tony Davidson, Ian
Davies, David TC Davies, Geraint Davies, Philip Davis, David
Dobbin, Jim Donaldson, Jeffrey Doran, Frank Dowd, Jim
Durkan, Mark Edwards, Jonathan Ellman, Louise Engel, Natascha
Esterson, Bill Evans, Chris Evans, Nigel Farron, Tim
Field, Frank Flello, Robert Flynn, Paul Francis, Hywel
Gapes, Mike George, Andrew Gilbert, Stephen Glass, Pat
Godsiff, Roger Goldsmith, Zac Gray, James Griffiths, Andrew
Hain, Peter Halfon, Robert Hamilton, Fabian Hancock, Mike
Harvey, Nick Havard, Dai Henderson, Gordon Hepburn, Stephen
Heyes, David Horwood, Martin Howarth, George Huppert, Julian
Kaufman, Gerald Lammy, David Lazarowicz, Mark Leech, John
Leigh, Edward Leslie, Charlotte Llwyd, Elfyn Long, Naomi
Love, Andrew Lucas, Caroline Main, Anne Meale, Alan
Mearns, Ian Mitchell, Austin Morrice, Graeme Morris, David
Morris, Grahame M Mudie, George Mulholland, Greg Murphy, Paul
Nokes, Caroline O'Donnell, Fiona Paisley, Ian Jnr Pugh, John
Reevell, Simon Ritchie, Margaret Robertson, John Robertson, Laurence
Rosindell, Andrew Ruddock, Joan Russell, Bob Sanders, Adrian
Sharma, Virendra Sheerman, Barry Skinner, Dennis Spelman, Caroline
Streeter, Gary Stringer, Graham Sutcliffe, Gerry Thornton, Mike
Walley, Joan Ward, David Watts, Dave White, Chris
Whittingdale, John Williams, Hywel Williams, Mark Williams, Roger
Williamson, Chris Wilson, Sammy Woodward, Shaun Wright, David

That this House welcomes the ending of the beer duty escalator and the impact of the Chancellor of the Exchequer's historic beer duty cut in the 2013 Budget, the first such cut since 1959, in supporting the growth of Britain's breweries and underpinning confidence in the UK's pubs; and urges the Government to sustain this momentum by considering the case for a further freeze in beer duty in the 2014 Budget which would secure over 2,000 jobs in pubs up and down the land and help reduce the cost of living for hard-working men and women.