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What happens in the Houses of Parliament?

The houses of Parliament is were all laws are made.

Why did parliament pass the petition of 1628?

In 1628 Parliament decided that the king should not have all the power. They made it so that The king would have to go to the Parliament and get their permission before taxing. This gave Parliament a shared power with the king after about 1640, which was after Charles I had decided to make it impossible for Parliament to meet therefore giving him all the power between 1629 to 1640.

Can a prime minister vote in Parliament?

A prime minister is a member of parliament, like all the other members, so yes they can vote.

What did colonist complain that Parliament did?

1. Parliament prevented westward movement through the Proclamation of 1763. 2. Parliament restricted trade through the Navigations Acts, which was the codification of mercantilism. 3. Parliament passed the Stamp act to pay for British troops stationed in the Americas. 4. It passed the Townsend duties, which included the tea tax. All other Acts of Parliament were in response to American Actions, such as the Boston Tea Party.

What is Englands legislature?

Parliament Which consists of two houses - the House of Commons (lower house) and the House of Lords (upper house) and is therefore a bicameral system. In addition legislation needs Royal assent from the Sovereign In effect politically the House of Commons has the power, the House of Lords has limited powers and the Sovereign acts on advice from his/her ministers. Parliament. For all practical purposes, the House of Commons makes the laws in the Untied Kingdom.

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What caused all the theatres to close down in 1594?

The Plague

When did theatres close?

In the time of Shakespeare, the outdoor theatres closed after the afternoon show, about 6 p.m. They also closed for the winter, during inclement weather, and due to outbreaks of infectious disease. The indoor theatres could stay open in the winter and bad weather because they did not depend on sunlight. They still had to close on orders of the health department though. After Shakespeare's time, in 1642, all the theatres in England were closed on the orders of Parliament and did not reopen until about 1660.

Why did all the London theatres close in London between 1593 1594?

There was a plague. All of the theaters were closed for public health reasons.

What caused all theatres to close in 1593 1594?

The London theaters closed in 1593 because of an outbreak of plague.

1592 and 1594 what caused theatres to close?

The Plague

Who wanted to close theatres in the 1500's?

All we know is that theatres were closed because at that time the Black Death was spreading easily, so they wanted to eliminate any large gatherings of people.

Who tried to close theatres because they were bad for society?

The puritans (religious fanatics) believed that theatres were spreading the plague.

How many IMAX theatres are located at the Smithsonian?

The Smithsonian boasts 3 IMAX theatres. They have three of them located throughout the Smithsonian. They are close to 7 stories tall. They are known as the Smithsonian Theatres.

What struck London and all the theatres in 1592?

a famine struck london all the theatres were closed

What years did the theatres of shakespeare close?

There were a number of closures, but the years 1593-1594 featured a protracted closure of London theatres which bankrupted a number of the playing companies.

When did Charles close parliament?


Adam's participation in the boycott against this British Act of Parliament caused Parliament to close all counts and thus deprive Adams of income?

The Boston Tea Party