800 years of human rights in the United Kingdom explored using original documents from The National Archives.
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- Protest and Democracy 1816 to 1818, part 1
Was this the start of mass politics in Britain?
- Protest and democracy 1818 to 1820, part 2
How close was Britain to revolution?
- Suffragettes on file
What did the struggle for the vote involve?
- Civil Rights in America
Follow the progress of the struggle through the archives
- Why was radical writer Thomas Paine significant?
Political and social reform in 18th century Britain
- Mangrove Nine protest
What does this reveal about police brutality and racism in ’70s Britain?
- 1919 race riots
How significant a factor was race in the riots of 1919?