The significance of Edward being a minor

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Edward being a minor is significant

- Somerset becomes more powerful and tries to recoup to regain power. 

-After this, Northumberland becomes more dominant as a leader.

- Because of his age there would always be issues as he is only nine when he comes to power. A nine year old could not geuinly be expected to run a country on their own especially with how streched Britain was economically and involved in wars. 

Edward being a minor isn't significant

- Edward obviously had Protestant views and there were still recognised even throiugh the change of Lord Protector, showing that his views were taken seriously.

- Edward will have been educated to be King from a very young age and is probably more apt…


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