On November 15, 1680, during the conflict that arose over the succession of the English throne by Jacob of York, after a 7-hour discussion in the upper house of the English parliament, two parties emerged – the conservative (Tory) and the liberal (Whigs). The Tories (from the Irish toraidh – heir) were supporters of King Charles II and his brother James of York, who in 1672 adopted the Catholic faith. The Whigs (from the Scottish whigs – horse thieves) supported Protestant James (Jacob) Stuart, Duke of Monmouth, illegally born son of Charles II.
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