Early day motion 98

TACKLING UK WILDLIFE CRIME

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Total number of signatures: 141

Abbott, Diane Ainsworth, Bob Anderson, David Barron, Kevin
Bayley, Hugh Begg, Anne Beith, Alan Betts, Clive
Blomfield, Paul Blunkett, David Bottomley, Peter Brooke, Annette
Bruce, Malcolm Burden, Richard Burstow, Paul Campbell, Gregory
Campbell, Menzies Campbell, Ronnie Carmichael, Neil Caton, Martin
Champion, Sarah Clark, Katy Clarke, Tom Clwyd, Ann
Connarty, Michael Cooper, Rosie Corbyn, Jeremy Crausby, David
Crockart, Mike Cryer, John Cunningham, Alex Cunningham, Jim
Cunningham, Tony Davidson, Ian Davies, Geraint Dobbin, Jim
Dobson, Frank Dodds, Nigel Donaldson, Jeffrey Doran, Frank
Dowd, Jim Durkan, Mark Edwards, Jonathan Ellman, Louise
Engel, Natascha Esterson, Bill Evans, Nigel Farrelly, Paul
Farron, Tim Field, Frank Fitzpatrick, Jim Flynn, Paul
Francis, Hywel Gapes, Mike George, Andrew Gilmore, Sheila
Glass, Pat Glindon, Mary Goldsmith, Zac Hamilton, Fabian
Hancock, Mike Harvey, Nick Havard, Dai Hemming, John
Henderson, Gordon Hepburn, Stephen Hermon, Lady Heyes, David
Hood, Jim Hopkins, Kelvin Horwood, Martin Howarth, George
Huppert, Julian Jackson, Glenda Jowell, Tessa Joyce, Eric
Kaufman, Gerald Lazarowicz, Mark Leech, John Llwyd, Elfyn
Long, Naomi Love, Andrew Lucas, Caroline McCrea, Dr William
McDonagh, Siobhain McDonnell, Alasdair McDonnell, John Meale, Alan
Mearns, Ian Mitchell, Austin Mordaunt, Penny Morden, Jessica
Morrice, Graeme Morris, Grahame M Mudie, George Mulholland, Greg
Murphy, Paul O'Donnell, Fiona Osborne, Sandra Owen, Albert
Pearce, Teresa Qureshi, Yasmin Reevell, Simon Reid, Alan
Riordan, Linda Robertson, John Rosindell, Andrew Roy, Lindsay
Ruane, Chris Ruddock, Joan Russell, Bob Sanders, Adrian
Shannon, Jim Sharma, Virendra Sheridan, Jim Simpson, David
Skinner, Dennis Smith, Nick Stringer, Graham Stunell, Andrew
Sutcliffe, Gerry Tami, Mark Teather, Sarah Thornton, Mike
Thurso, John Vaz, Valerie Walley, Joan Ward, David
Watts, Dave Weatherley, Mike Weir, Mike Whiteford, Eilidh
Williams, Mark Williams, Roger Williamson, Chris Wilson, Sammy
Wishart, Pete Wood, Mike Roy Wright, David Wright, Simon
Yeo, Tim

That this House welcomes the recent draft resolution from the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, Crime prevention and criminal justice responses to illicit trafficking in protected species of wild fauna and flora (E/CN.15/2013/L.20/Rev); and urges the Government to support the resolution, to ensure wildlife crime is recognised as serious organised crime and to ensure wildlife crime is tackled effectively across the UK through providing long-term strategic and financial support.