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Find out about some of the most famous campaigns in history and how they started with a petition.
Dr Richard Huzzey looks at parliamentary petitions and taxes on sugar.
Dr Henry Miller looks at the 1910 women's suffrage petition campaign.
The 1771 petition of William Allen the elder that sought justice for his dead son.
Caroline Shenton looks at petitions and their role in the rebuilding of Parliament after the devastating fire of 1834.
Dr Sarah Richardson looks at the 1896 women's suffrage petition and special appeal.
We're celebrating 100 years since Parliament passed a law which allowed some women, and all men, to vote for the first time. Find out how to get involved.
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