Early Day Motions (EDMs) are formal motions submitted for debate in the House of Commons. However, very few are actually debated. EDMs allow MPs to draw attention to an event or cause. MPs register their support by signing individual motions.
During the parliamentary term 2015-16 I signed 175 EDMs on topics including the recognition of Palestine, the Greek referendum and post-study work visas.
You can view the motions I signed in 2015-16 here.
As of January in this parliamentary term (2016-17) I have signed 109 EDMs on topics including Children's funeral costs, immigration policy, Concentrix and trident replacement. You can view the motions I've signed here.