Why did parliamentary reform begin?

At the beginning of the nineteenth century. new populations did not have many political rights. The growing cities had almost no constituencies, and the empty villages turned into “pocket” districts of the local nobility. The parliament was dominated by a party of large landowners – the Tories. In their interests in 1815 grain laws were passed on high duties on the import of agricultural products. Import prices for bread and raw materials for factories increased, which affected both workers and entrepreneurs. A movement has begun for parliamentary reform, the abolition of grain laws and free trade.

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