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Parliament Act
1911, the house of Lords could no longer veto new laws- they could only postpone act for 2 years, not refuse them
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Home Rule
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IPP
Irish Parliamentary Party, Leader: John Redmond, Redmond campaigned for Home Rule from 1906-1918. The IPP were supported by the Liberal Party, led by Herbert Asqith.
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UUP
Ulster Unionist Party, led by Edward Carson (a lawyer from Dublin). Carson campaigned against Home Rule from 1906, He wanted Ireland to remain in the British Empire. James Craig was another Unionist MP.They were supported they Conservative Party.
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Who led the Conservative Party
Andrew Bonnar Law
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Why nationalists wanted Home Rule
didnt benefit from belonging to UK,they wanted freedom. Believed that Ireland had its own cultures and traditions so should rule itself. Felt that during famine Britain didnt treat Ireland well- could have dealt with it better themselves.t
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Tactics adopted by Nationalists for Home Rule- Peaceful
GAA was formed in 1884 to promote Gaelic Sport and Gaelic League was formed in 1893 to promote Language and Culture, this was done by ordinary people to promote Irish Nationalism. John Redmond led a politic campaign from IPP.
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Tactics adopted by Nationalists for Home Rule- Violent
Irish Volunteers- formed in Nov 1913 to campiang for Home Rule using violence. Leader- Eoin Mac Neill. Howth Gunrunning smuggled funs into Ireland on 26 July 1914. FAILED,bcause the authorities knew what was going to happen and seized weapons.
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Reasons why Unionists oppposed Home Rule
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Tactics adopted by Unionists for Home Rule- Peaceful
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Tactics adopted by Unionists for Home Rule- Violent
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Why did the outbreak of WW1 cause problems for Home Rule?
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Causes of Easter Rising 1916
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Home Rule

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Irish Parliamentary Party, Leader: John Redmond, Redmond campaigned for Home Rule from 1906-1918. The IPP were supported by the Liberal Party, led by Herbert Asqith.

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Card 4

Front

Ulster Unionist Party, led by Edward Carson (a lawyer from Dublin). Carson campaigned against Home Rule from 1906, He wanted Ireland to remain in the British Empire. James Craig was another Unionist MP.They were supported they Conservative Party.

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Card 5

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Andrew Bonnar Law

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