Category Archives: Unlikely Parliamentarians

Unlikely Parliamentarians 5: Civil War religious radical

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Unlikely Parliamentarians 4: a view from the Victorian Commons

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Unlikely MPs 3: Catholics in Parliament, 1604-1629

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Unlikely Parliamentarians 2: William Veysy, medieval brickmaker

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Unlikely Parliamentarians 1: Modern MPs

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