Why did the differences begin between the king and parliament in England.

The popularity of Charles I (1625-1649) and the hopes of the population of England for reforms gradually disappeared. This was due both to the personal qualities of the king (painful pride, irascibility, imbalance, hypocrisy), and to his marriage to the French princess, Catholic Henrietta Maria, under whose influence the king fell. Charles I did not want to make concessions to parliament, violated the “Petition of Right”, and then dissolved parliament.
The establishment of a regime of personal rule did not help Charles I, the treasury was empty. In the context of the outbreak of war with Scotland in 1640, the king was forced to convene parliament.

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