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The History of Parliament

Blogging on parliament, politics and people, from the History of Parliament.

  • Based in United Kingdom
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Aug 2023 10
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Nov 2023 11
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‘True Blue’: the choice of political colours in the 18th century
In British politics, we are now used to the idea of certain parties (or causes) being associated with particular colours. The Conservative party is blue; Labour red; the Greens are green. In the 18th century …
On , by Kirsty O'Rourke, 1,156 words
75 Years of the National Health Service: A Political History of Health and Healthcare in Britain
In September, the History of Parliament celebrated our latest publication with St James’s House to commemorate 75 years of the NHS at Westminster Abbey. Paul Seaward, Director of the History of Parliament, discusses the contents …
On , by Kirsty O'Rourke, 554 words
Parliamentarian or Not?
Thank you to everyone who visited the History of Parliament stand at the Institute of Historical Research History Day 2023! If you would like to find out more about our research, send an email to …
On , by conniejeffery, 923 words