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Impacts of Catholic Emancipation on The Tories

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Did the passing of Catholic Emancipation split the Tories? Yes it did. Tory MPs split into three groups, Canningites, Tory Centre and Ultra-Tories.
Describe the Canningites These were liberal Tories and they wanted parliamentary reform. Joined the Whigs.
Describe the Tory Centre Followers of Peel and Wellington over Catholic Emancipation.
Describe the Ultra Tories Felt betrayed because Catholic Emancipation broke the Tory motto which was to uphold and support the King and the Church. Felt that the nation opposed this and arguments were made that Parliament wasn't representing the people.
Did the Tories survive this? Well the Tories were mostly out of power and the Whigs were in charge. From 1841, Peel rebranded the Tory Party as the Conservative party, basing its principles on the Tamworth Manifesto.
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