Who in England needed a parliament and why? Who convened it in 1258 and who in 1265? Who got into parliament? Who elected the members of parliament?
Until 1258, members of parliament were chosen by the king from the leading estates of England. In 1265, Simon de Montfort for the first time invited knights and wealthy townspeople to parliament, chosen by their peers by their peers.
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