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9.11 Dates & Events

1215 - The Magna Carta was instituted.

1265 - First Parliament (Governing body) called by De Montford.

1295 - Establishment of model Parliament.

1629-41 - Charles I ruled without a parliament.

1649 - Charles I sentenced to death and beheaded.

1660 - Charles II invited to rule England.

1688 - The Glorious Revolution

1689 - Bills of Rights.

1701 - Act of Settlement.

1832 - The parliament passed the Reform Act.

1838 - The Peoplesí Charter


1867 - Benjamin Disraeli introduced the Representation of People Act.

1884 - Representation of People Act.

1911 - Parliament Act.

1918 - Representation of People Act granted franchise to all men above twenty-one and all women above thirty.

1928 - Representation of People Act was passed which allowed all women above the age of twenty-one the right to vote.


Index

9.0 - Introduction
9.1 Origin of Democracy in England
9.2 Magna Carta-The Great Charter (1215)
9.3 Establishment and Development of Parliament
9.4 The Glorious Revolution of 1688
9.5 Rise of a Responsible Council Of Ministers
9.6 Reform Act Of 1832
9.7 Representation of the People Act, 1867
9.8 Representation of the People Act, 1884
9.9 Parliamentary Act, 1911
9.10 Representation of the People Acts 1918 & 1928
9.11 Dates & Events
9.12 Points to Remember

Chapter 10





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