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B. 08-26 Brexit: Keep single market for transition period - Labour London
C. 07-13 Charlie Gard's parents storm out of new court hearing London
D. 06-22 Brexit: UK offer on EU citizens a good start, says Merkel Brussels
E. 06-09 Merkel says EU is 'ready to start Brexit negotiations' Berlin
06-08 Tories lost its parliamentary majority in surprise election results London
G. 05-04 Prince Philip will no longer carry out public engagements Buckingham Palace, London
7. 04-30 Macron says EU must reform or face 'Frexit' France
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Tories lost its parliamentary majority in surprise election results   Brexit begins: UK triggers Article 50


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May.19  Sweden  Julian Assange rape charges dropped
May.4  London  Prince Philip will no longer carry out public engagements


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Mar.29   London  
  The UK government has formally served divorce papers on EU, signaling the beginning of the end of a relationship that has endured for 44 years
 Theresa May confirmed that the UK had triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty


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Jul.13   London New Prime Minister Theresa May to form government

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Jun.23   London     Brexit: UK votes to leave EU in historic referendum
  The UK has voted to leave the European Union after 43 years. The pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985
 Leave won by 52% to 48% with England and Wales voting strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland and N. Ireland backed staying in the EU. The referendum turnout was 71.8% - with more than 30 million people voting
Jun.16   Northern England Jo Cox MP dead after shooting attack

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May.6  London  Labour's Sadiq Khan elected 1st Muslim London mayor

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Feb.20  London  EU referendum: Cameron sets June date for UK vote

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Jan.21  London  President Putin 'probably' approved Litvinenko murder

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May.7  London  Tories closing in on a majority May.2  London  Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to daughter

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Sep.18   Scotland   Scots reject independence
Map of EDINBURGH United Kingdom
  Voters in Scotland turned out in unprecedented numbers and early results suggested they were not in favor of ending union with England.    The 'No' side has an unassailable lead of 1,877,252 votes to 1,512,688. Nationally, the margin of victory is ab...
Apr.30  Northern Ireland  Gerry Adams held over 1972 murder

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Aug.29  London  UK MPs vote against Syria action Jul.22   London   Duchess gives birth to son
Map of Paddington London United Kingdom
  The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a baby boy, Kensington Palace has announced. The baby was delivered at 16:24 BST at St Mary's Hospital.    The Duke of Cambridge said in a statement the couple 'could not be...
Apr.8   London Margaret Thatcher dead at 87

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Jun.3   London Pomp, pouring rain for Diamond Jubilee


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Nov.29  Tehran  Iranian students storm UK embassy Jul.7   London Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
Apr.29   London     Prince William married Catherine Middleton Map of Westminster United Kingdom
  Prince William of Wales slipped a gold ring onto the finger of Catherine Middleton, and the couple vowed to love, comfort, honor each other.    Bells pealed over London and flag-waving crowds roared in excitement as Middleto...


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May.11   London David Cameron named UK prime minister


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Apr.2  London  G20 leaders seal $1tn global deal Mar.14  London  G20 leaders vow to restore growth

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Apr.7  London  Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed' Feb.29  Afghanistan  Harry withdrawn from Afghanistan

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Nov.29  Sudan  UK teacher jailed over teddy row Jun.27  London  Brown: Let work of change begin

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Sep.7  London  Blair: I will resign within a year

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Jun.11  London  G8 ministers back Africa debt deal

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Feb.15  European Union  Millions in peace protests
before year 2000
Jul. 1, 1997   Hong Kong Transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong
Map of Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Hong Kong  It marked the end of British rule in Hong Kong, and is considered by many to be the unofficial end of the British Empire May. 3, 1979   London Margaret Thatcher becomes prime minister
Map of 10 Downing Street London United Kingdom  'Iron Lady' was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is the only woman to have held the office Nov. 14, 1948   London Prince Charles born Aug. 15, 1947   New Delhi   India became independent nation  British Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947. Violent clashes between Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims followed Mar. 5, 1946   Missouri   Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech Map of Westminster College Fulton Missouri Missouri  Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe Jan. 10, 1946   London First United Nations General Assembly held in London Map of Methodist Central Hall Westminster United Kingdom  The first session was convened on 10 January 1946 in the Westminster Central Hall in London and included representatives of 51 nations Aug. 14, 1941   Maritime Provinces     Atlantic Charter made public Map of Placentia Bay Canada  The Charter was a pivotal policy statement, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of the UK and the U.S. May. 10, 1940   London   Winston Churchill becomes prime minister  A meeting between Chamberlain, Halifax, Churchill and David Margesson, the government Chief Whip, led to the recommendation of Churchill May. 28, 1937   London Neville Chamberlain becomes prime minister Dec. 10, 1936   London King Edward VIII of England abdicates to marry Mrs. Simpson  He caused a constitutional crisis by proposing marriage to an American who had divorced her first husband and was seeking a divorce from her... Apr. 21, 1926   London     Queen Elizabeth II born   Was born in the reign of her paternal grandfather, King George V. Her father, Prince Albert, (later George VI), was the second son of the K... Mar. 2, 1922   London First woman member admitted to British House of Lords Jun. 10, 1921   Greece Prince Philip born Dec. 6, 1921   Ireland Irish Free State established Sep. 10, 1919   France   Treaty of St. Germain signed   The Treaty was signed by the victorious Allies of World War I on the one hand and by the Republic of German-Austria on the other Jun. 28, 1919   France     Treaty of Versailles signed   One of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers Dec. 1, 1919   London Lady Astor first woman member of House of Commons Nov. 2, 1917   London Balfour Declaration promises a Jewish homeland  A letter from the UK Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour to Walter Rothschild, a leader of the British Jewish community Apr. 8, 1904   London   Entente Cordiale signed by England and France  A series of agreements between the United Kingdom and France, marking the start of the alliance against Germany and Austria-Hungary Jun. 12, 1897   Northern England Sir Anthony Eden born Jan. 11, 1883  Egypt  France and Great Britain abandon joint control of Egypt Sep. 22, 1880  Northern England  Dame Christabel Pankhurst, suffragette, born Jan. 1, 1877  New Delhi  Queen Victoria proclaimed Empress of India Nov. 30, 1874   England Winston Churchill born   A British politician who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955 Jan. 9, 1873  London  Emperor Louis Napoleon Bonaparte III died Oct. 27, 1871  South Africa  Britain annexes Kimberly diamond fields Jun. 9, 1870  England  Charles Dickens died Mar. 29, 1867  Canada  Canada becomes a Dominion Apr. 10, 1848  London  Chartists present Petition to Parliament Jun. 20, 1837   London Queen Victoria ascends throne  Victoria turned 18 and a regency was avoided. On 20 June 1837, William IV died at the age of 71, and Victoria became Queen of the United Kin... Feb. 3, 1830   London Greece declared independence May. 5, 1821   Napoleon Bonaparte died on St. Helena Jan. 29, 1820  England  Death of George III Aug. 16, 1819  Northern England  Peterloo Massacre May. 24, 1819   London Queen Victoria born   Victoria's father was Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, the fourth son of the reigning King of the United Kingdom, George III Dec. 24, 1814   Belgium Treaty of Ghent Mar. 27, 1802   France Treaty of Amiens Feb. 21, 1801  London  Cardinal Newman born Feb. 5, 1788  Northern England  St. Robert Peel born Jan. 26, 1788   Sydney First British convicts settled in Australia Sep. 3, 1783   Paris   Definitive Treaty of Paris signed ending American Revolution  By representatives between Great Britain and the nations that supported the American cause: France, Spain and the Dutch Republic Apr. 29, 1769   Ireland Duke of Wellington born Mar. 17, 1766  London  Parliament repeals Stamp Act Feb. 17, 1766  England  Thomas Malthus born Feb. 10, 1763   Paris Peace of Paris ceded Canada to Britain Jun. 4, 1738  London  George III born Apr. 27, 1737  London  Edward Gibbon born Sep. 24, 1717  London  Horace Walpole born Aug. 1, 1714  London  George I proclaimed King Apr. 11, 1713   Denmark Peace of Utrect ending War of Spanish Succession May. 1, 1707   London   Union of England and Scotland as Great Britain  The Union with Scotland by the Parliament of England, and the Union with England Act by the Parliament of Scotland Jun. 17, 1703  England  John Wesley born Mar. 11, 1702  London  First daily paper (Courant) appears in England Jun. 12, 1701  London  Act of Settlement of Succession to English Feb. 13, 1689  London  William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England Jun. 30, 1688  London  William of Orange invited to England May. 27, 1679  London  Habeas Corpus Act becomes law Feb. 18, 1678  England  Pilgrim's Progress published Feb. 6, 1665  London  Queen Anne born May. 26, 1660  England  King Charles II lands at Dover Mar. 16, 1660  London  Long Parliament dissolved Dec. 16, 1653   London Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth Nov. 3, 1640  London  Long Parliament assembled May. 29, 1630  London  Charles II of England born Dec. 18, 1621  London  The Great Protestation of the House of Commons Mar. 24, 1603   London Accession of King James I. Union of England and Scotland Feb. 8, 1587   England Mary Queen of Scots executed Oct. 7, 1573  England  Archbishop Laud born Jun. 19, 1566  Scotland  James I born Nov. 17, 1558  London  Elizabeth I becomes Queen of England Mar. 21, 1556  England  Thomas Cranmer burned at the stake Jan. 28, 1547  London  Death of Henry VIII May. 15, 1536  London  Anne Boleyn beheaded Oct. 6, 1536  Belgium  William Tyndale burned at the stake Jul. 7, 1535   London Sir Thomas More executed Jan. 15, 1535  London  Act of Supremacy Sep. 7, 1533  London  Queen Elizabeth I born Jun. 4, 1520  France  Henry VIII and Francis I meet on Field of Cloth of Gold Jun. 11, 1509  London  Henry VIII married Catherine of Aragon Aug. 22, 1485  England  Battle of Bosworth Field begins Tudor dynasty Jan. 28, 1457  Wales  King Henry VII born Feb. 14, 1400  Northern England  Richard II murdered Sep. 30, 1399  London  Deposition of Richard II of England Jan. 6, 1367  Southern France  Richard II, King of England, born Jul. 11, 1274  Scotland  Robert Bruce born Jan. 20, 1265  London  First meeting of House of Commons Jan. 20, 1265  London  Burgesses summoned to Parliament Jun. 19, 1215   London King John seals Magna Carta Dec. 21, 1192  Austria  Richard Lionheart captured by Leopold


Tories lost its parliamentary majority in surprise election results   Brexit: UK votes to leave EU in historic referendum




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Jun.8   London
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Jun.23   London
  The UK has voted to leave the European Union after 43 years. The pound fell to its lowest level against the dollar since 1985
 Leave won by 52% to 48% with England and Wales voting strongly for Brexit, while London, Scotland and N. Ireland backed staying in the EU. The referendum turnout was 71.8% - with more than 30 million people voting
May.6  London  Labour's Sadiq Khan elected 1st Muslim London mayor Feb.20  London  EU referendum: Cameron sets June date for UK vote 2015 May.7  London  Tories closing in on a majority 2014 Sep.18   Scotland Scots reject independence
Map of EDINBURGH United Kingdom
  Voters in Scotland turned out in unprecedented numbers and early results suggested they were not in favor of ending union with England.    The 'No' side has an unassailable lead of 1,877,252 votes to 1,512,688. Nationally, the margin of victory is ab...
1979 May. 3, 1979   London Margaret Thatcher becomes prime minister Map of 10 Downing Street London United Kingdom  'Iron Lady' was the longest-serving British Prime Minister of the 20th century and is the only woman to have held the office



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2017 Mar.29   London   Brexit begins: UK triggers Article 50
  The UK government has formally served divorce papers on EU, signaling the beginning of the end of a relationship that has endured for 44 years
 Theresa May confirmed that the UK had triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty
2016 Jul.13   London New Prime Minister Theresa May to form government
1947 Aug. 15, 1947   New Delhi India became independent nation  British Parliament passed the Indian Independence Act 1947. Violent clashes between Hindus, Sikhs and Muslims followed 1921 Dec. 6, 1921   Ireland Irish Free State established 1867 Mar. 29, 1867  Canada  Canada becomes a Dominion



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1801 Feb. 21, 1801  London  Cardinal Newman born 1881 Jun. 17, 1703  England  John Wesley born 1878 Feb. 18, 1678  England  Pilgrim's Progress published 1868 Oct. 7, 1573  England  Archbishop Laud born 1866 Mar. 21, 1556  England  Thomas Cranmer burned at the stake 1864 Oct. 6, 1536  Belgium  William Tyndale burned at the stake Jan. 15, 1535  London  Act of Supremacy



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2011 Jul.7   London Hacking scandal spurs paper's closing
1881 Mar. 11, 1702  London  First daily paper (Courant) appears in England



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1848 Apr. 10, 1848  London  Chartists present Petition to Parliament



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2009 Mar.14  London  G20 leaders vow to restore growth



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1889 Jan. 26, 1788   Sydney First British convicts settled in Australia




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2016 Jan.21  London  President Putin 'probably' approved Litvinenko murder



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2009 Apr.2  London  G20 leaders seal $1tn global deal 1919 Sep. 10, 1919   France   Treaty of St. Germain signed   The Treaty was signed by the victorious Allies of World War I on the one hand and by the Republic of German-Austria on the other Jun. 28, 1919   France   Treaty of Versailles signed   One of the peace treaties at the end of World War I. It ended the state of war between Germany and the Allied Powers 1904 tr> Apr. 8, 1904   London Entente Cordiale signed by England and France  A series of agreements between the United Kingdom and France, marking the start of the alliance against Germany and Austria-Hungary 1814 Dec. 24, 1814   Belgium Treaty of Ghent
1802 Mar. 27, 1802   France Treaty of Amiens 1889 Sep. 3, 1783   Paris   Definitive Treaty of Paris signed ending American Revolution  By representatives between Great Britain and the nations that supported the American cause: France, Spain and the Dutch Republic 1887 Feb. 10, 1763   Paris Peace of Paris ceded Canada to Britain 1882 Apr. 11, 1713   Denmark Peace of Utrect ending War of Spanish Succession 1881 May. 1, 1707   London Union of England and Scotland as Great Britain  The Union with Scotland by the Parliament of England, and the Union with England Act by the Parliament of Scotland



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2011 Nov.29  Tehran  Iranian students storm UK embassy



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2007 Nov.29  Sudan  UK teacher jailed over teddy row 1941 Aug. 14, 1941   Maritime Provinces   Atlantic Charter made public Map of Placentia Bay Canada  The Charter was a pivotal policy statement, defined the Allied goals for the post-war world. It was drafted by the leaders of the UK and the U.S. 1873 Dec. 18, 1621  London  The Great Protestation of the House of Commons 1832 Jun. 19, 1215   London King John seals Magna Carta



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1862 Jun. 4, 1520  France  Henry VIII and Francis I meet on Field of Cloth of Gold



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2017 May.19  Sweden  Julian Assange rape charges dropped 2014 Apr.30  Northern Ireland  Gerry Adams held over 1972 murder 2010 May.11   London David Cameron named UK prime minister
2007 Jun.27  London  Brown: Let work of change begin 2006 Sep.7  London  Blair: I will resign within a year 1946 Mar. 5, 1946   Missouri Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech Map of Westminster College Fulton Missouri Missouri  Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe 1940 May. 10, 1940   London   Winston Churchill becomes prime minister  A meeting between Chamberlain, Halifax, Churchill and David Margesson, the government Chief Whip, led to the recommendation of Churchill 1937 May. 28, 1937   London Neville Chamberlain becomes prime minister 1897 Jun. 12, 1897   Northern England Sir Anthony Eden born 1874 Nov. 30, 1874   England Winston Churchill born   A British politician who was the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945 and again from 1951 to 1955 1889 Feb. 5, 1788  Northern England  St. Robert Peel born 1887 Apr. 29, 1769   Ireland Duke of Wellington born 1884 Apr. 27, 1737  London  Edward Gibbon born 1876 Dec. 16, 1653   London Oliver Cromwell becomes Lord Protector of the Commonwealth



United Kingdom, Politics Royal Timeline ... See World Royal timeline Top ^
2017 May.4  London  Prince Philip will no longer carry out public engagements 2015 May.2  London  Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to daughter 2013 Jul.22   London Duchess gives birth to son
Map of Paddington London United Kingdom
  The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a baby boy, Kensington Palace has announced. The baby was delivered at 16:24 BST at St Mary's Hospital.    The Duke of Cambridge said in a statement the couple 'could not be...
2012 Jun.3   London Pomp, pouring rain for Diamond Jubilee 2011 Apr.29   London   Prince William married Catherine Middleton Map of Westminster United Kingdom
  Prince William of Wales slipped a gold ring onto the finger of Catherine Middleton, and the couple vowed to love, comfort, honor each other.    Bells pealed over London and flag-waving crowds roared in excitement as Middleto...
2008 Apr.7  London  Princess Diana 'unlawfully killed' Feb.29  Afghanistan  Harry withdrawn from Afghanistan 1948 Nov. 14, 1948   London Prince Charles born 1936 Dec. 10, 1936   London King Edward VIII of England abdicates to marry Mrs. Simpson  He caused a constitutional crisis by proposing marriage to an American who had divorced her first husband and was seeking a divorce from her... 1926 Apr. 21, 1926   London   Queen Elizabeth II born   Was born in the reign of her paternal grandfather, King George V. Her father, Prince Albert, (later George VI), was the second son of the K... 1921 Jun. 10, 1921   Greece Prince Philip born 1877 Jan. 1, 1877  New Delhi  Queen Victoria proclaimed Empress of India 1837 Jun. 20, 1837   London Queen Victoria ascends throne  Victoria turned 18 and a regency was avoided. On 20 June 1837, William IV died at the age of 71, and Victoria became Queen of the United Kin... 1821 May. 5, 1821   Napoleon Bonaparte died on St. Helena 1820 Jan. 29, 1820  England  Death of George III 1819 May. 24, 1819   London Queen Victoria born   Victoria's father was Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn, the fourth son of the reigning King of the United Kingdom, George III 1884 Jun. 4, 1738  London  George III born 1882 Aug. 1, 1714  London  George I proclaimed King 1879 Feb. 13, 1689  London  William and Mary proclaimed King and Queen of England Jun. 30, 1688  London  William of Orange invited to England 1877 Feb. 6, 1665  London  Queen Anne born 1876 May. 26, 1660  England  King Charles II lands at Dover 1873 May. 29, 1630  London  Charles II of England born 1871 Mar. 24, 1603   London Accession of King James I. Union of England and Scotland 1869 Feb. 8, 1587   England Mary Queen of Scots executed 1867 Jun. 19, 1566  Scotland  James I born 1866 Nov. 17, 1558  London  Elizabeth I becomes Queen of England 1864 May. 15, 1536  London  Anne Boleyn beheaded Sep. 7, 1533  London  Queen Elizabeth I born 1861 Jun. 11, 1509  London  Henry VIII married Catherine of Aragon 1859 Aug. 22, 1485  England  Battle of Bosworth Field begins Tudor dynasty 1856 Jan. 28, 1457  Wales  King Henry VII born 1850 Feb. 14, 1400  Northern England  Richard II murdered Sep. 30, 1399  London  Deposition of Richard II of England 1847 Jan. 6, 1367  Southern France  Richard II, King of England, born 1838 Jul. 11, 1274  Scotland  Robert Bruce born 1830 Dec. 21, 1192  Austria  Richard Lionheart captured by Leopold



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2003 Feb.15  European Union  Millions in peace protests 1819 Aug. 16, 1819  Northern England  Peterloo Massacre



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1922 Mar. 2, 1922   London First woman member admitted to British House of Lords
1919 Dec. 1, 1919   London Lady Astor first woman member of House of Commons 1880 Sep. 22, 1880  Northern England  Dame Christabel Pankhurst, suffragette, born



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2013 Apr.8   London Margaret Thatcher dead at 87
1873 Jan. 9, 1873  London  Emperor Louis Napoleon Bonaparte III died 1870 Jun. 9, 1870  England  Charles Dickens died 1865 Jan. 28, 1547  London  Death of Henry VIII 1864 Jul. 7, 1535   London Sir Thomas More executed



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2016 Jun.16   Northern England Jo Cox MP dead after shooting attack
2013 Aug.29  London  UK MPs vote against Syria action 1887 Mar. 17, 1766  London  Parliament repeals Stamp Act 1881 Jun. 12, 1701  London  Act of Settlement of Succession to English 1878 May. 27, 1679  London  Habeas Corpus Act becomes law 1876 Mar. 16, 1660  London  Long Parliament dissolved 1874 Nov. 3, 1640  London  Long Parliament assembled 1837 Jan. 20, 1265  London  First meeting of House of Commons Jan. 20, 1265  London  Burgesses summoned to Parliament