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this group make laws for Britain parliament
womens working for years for vote womens suffage
people who supported people charter Chartists
became a ceremonial group house of Lords
the right to vote suffrage
they abolished tariffs on imported grain and help lower bread prices corn laws
magna canta/english bill of rights/parliament limted government
suppose to represent the intenest of commonens house of commons
extended voting rights, almost doubled size of electorate reform act 1867
further exterded voting rights, added more then two millon new voters reform act 1884
women gained their rights to vote in 1918 refrom act 1918