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Did you know...In June 1880 3,000 supporters of the MP Charles Bradlaugh crowded into Westminster Hall to cheer him? http://t.co/7tjow9JfU3
#onthisday in Parliament 16 Oct 2000: House of Lords discusses prison education http://t.co/HQ8GxBURku
250 years ago...Parliament passed an Act for the better regulating of Buildings http://t.co/q2SAZzQU01
#onthisday in Parliament 15 Oct 1991: House of Lords discusses car security and thefts http://t.co/CSoMw22Uux
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Did you know...in 1905 there were around one million people paying income tax? More at #LivingHeritage http://t.co/vGNsc6yooK
#onthisday in Parliament 14 Oct 1915: House of Lords discusses Egyptians and aliens order http://t.co/mOlkT7kjTv
200 years ago...Parliament passed an Act for the more correct Ascertainment of the Value of Duty-free Goods exported http://t.co/HWy3rOh2NZ
#onthisday in Parliament 11 Oct 1831: House of Commons discusses drawback on soap http://t.co/mfWB3ory7g
New: Explore the #Chartist movement through Parliament's art collection http://t.co/h1Z8YcAUld
#onthisday in Parliament 10 Oct 1939: House of Commons discusses the price of hurricane lamps http://t.co/JmUaI8RqJM
100 years ago...Parliament passed the Isle of Man (Customs) Act http://t.co/WajyHRUhBN
#onthisday in Parliament 9 Oct 1986: House of Lords discusses the effect of local government on wind energy http://t.co/50oYmTi7Qp
Did you know...In 1389, Richard II appointed Geoffrey Chaucer, the poet, to the position of Clerk of Works? http://t.co/DR9suEEegK
#onthisday in Parliament 8 Oct 1942: House of Commons discusses #Blackpool Corporation http://t.co/SyEXU5gYXh