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- Did the Bill of Rights and Act of Settlement mark a significant change in the power of parliament?
- Parliament remained only advisory in nature.
- The monarch remained the dominant force in British politics.
- Parliament itself only represented the wealthiest 2% of the country.
- The monarch was now of Parliament's choosing, rather than ruling through divine right.
- They established the principle of regular and free elections.
- They restricted the monarch's ability to interfere with laws.
- They meant taxation could only be passed by Parliament.
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