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Did you know...In 1763 the radical #JohnWilkes was put on trial for libelling #KingGeorgeIII More at LivingHeritage http://t.co/5LoB8B1Ibk
#onthisday in Parliament 30 September 1976: House of Lords discussed the finances of the #GLC @LdnMetArchives http://t.co/gHMcn48HHo
300 years ago...Parliament passed an Act to naturalize German #Palatines recently settled in #Ireland @NARIreland http://t.co/ZkqpGYpwEh
#onthisday in Parliament 29 September 1909: House of Commons discussed #Suffragette prisoners #TheWomensLibrary @LSE http://t.co/3teAqAjtDI
This plan for #NorthBritishRailway from 1891 shows part of Waverley Station in #Edinburgh #PlanMonday http://t.co/fjJMvOLhP6
Did you know...#LloydGeorge was #Caernarfon MP from 1890-1945 @Liberal_Party @ArchivesWales More at LivingHeritage http://t.co/yp7BzjH7Cn
#onthisday in Parliament 28 September 1926: House of Commons discussed the #GeneralStrike @PHMMcr http://t.co/n6onfuMV0x
In 1956 The Keir Hardie Memorial Committee presented a bust to Parliament to celebrate his life & work @KeirHardieSoc http://t.co/Dn3htXfxG2
To mark the centenary of his death. Here's a #Hansard extract of #KeirHardie debating the 1911 #Tonypandy Coal Strike http://t.co/VmV0eaIpPI
Did you know...The #Lollards were a political group critical of the Medieval Church @NatSecSoc More at LivingHeritage http://t.co/cWoenc5S9x
#onthisday in Parliament 25 September 1886: House of Commons discussed #QueenVictoria #GoldenJubilee #royalarchives http://t.co/tN8Xg0i3FR
Suffragettes and the first women Serjeant at Arms included in new publication http://t.co/ueCqpU8cqZ http://t.co/OqjwSUYTvN
250 years ago...Parliament passed an Act to build #AllHallows by the Tower Church in City of #London @LdnMetArchives http://t.co/Tg8dq92dww
#onthisday in Parliament 24 September 1992: House of Commons discussed the economic effects of #BlackWednesday #ERM http://t.co/T7k5foFO4T
@HTrub88 apologies, we have n’t noted that information.