The Great Reform Act 1932- The Results of the Act.

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The Results of the Act.

The Act increased the number of voters by 50% (440,000 to 652,000) 

However, the first elections after the Act saw a parliament similar to those before the Act. The South was still over-represented at the expense of the north. 

  • Still only a fifth of the population could vote,


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