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Celebrating people who have made Parliament a positive, inclusive working environment
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2018 marks 100 years since some women, and all men, could vote. Find out how you can join in
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Take a tour of Parliament and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea by the River Thames
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Thomas Attwood, a Birmingham resident, was deeply influential in the early nineteenth century reform movement.
The Birmingham Political Union ‘of the Lower and Middle Classes of the People’, founded by Thomas Attwood, played an instrumental role in the electoral reform movement.
Birmingham people made an important contribution to the passage of the 1832 Reform Act.
The Reform Act was finally passed on 4 June 1832. Find out about its impact on Birmingham.
Find connections, past and present, between Parliament and your town
Access a trail leaflet featuring the Birmingham sites our groups discovered had links with the history of the right to vote.
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