- Created by: eleanorfarnold
- Created on: 06-06-15 15:41
1. Why did the Queen Prorogue Parliament in 1576?
- Elizabeth was forced to accept a well worded petition on the succession
- Elizabeth didn't want to deal with a petition to marry
- Elizabeth blocked attempts at religious reform
- Elizabeth needed to 'lose' a bill demanding MQS' execution
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2. How many times did Elizabeth use her veto due to flaws in drafting?
3. Neale argued that Parliament used the subsidy as a bargaining tool - showing Parliaments growing power
4. Parliament tried to use public pressure to influence the queen when was this seen?
- 1586 Huge petitions to replace the Prayer Book with the Book of Discipline
- 15746 - petition to remove Wentworth from the tower of London
- 1581 Anti- Catholic legislation
- 1584 petitions against whitgifts suspensions
5. Elizabeth used speeches as a method of control, when was her famous golden speech and what did she say?
- 1601: "there is no Prince who loves his subjects better"
- 1601: "Queen and Parliament must work together for our nation"
- 1586: "there is no Prince who loves his subjects better"
- 1587: "Queen and Parliament must work together for our nation"