TP1: MAgna Carta
Medieval monks portrayed King John as an evil monster. Modern historians portray him as an energetic king who tried to increase his power in difficult circumstances. John's brother, Richard I, had spent all the money in the on his .
TP2: The Reformation
Attempts to reform (change and improve) the Church and the development of Churches in Western Europe are known as the Reformation. The Reformation began in 1517 when a German monk called Martin Luther protested about the Catholic Church. His followers became known as Protestants.
TP3: The beheading of King charles and the bill of rights
Charles came to the throne in 1625. Relations between Charles I and gradually got worse. There were clashes about and many Protestants disliked Charles' religious policy. Charles married a French Catholic against the wishes of Parliament. Charles revived old laws and taxes the agreement of Parliament. When Parliament complained in 1629, he dismissed them.
TP4: THe Enlightenment
TP5: WOmen's suffrage (the right to vote)
A summary of the campaign for women's suffrage - The campaign for women's suffrage - KS3 History Revision - BBC Bitesize
Although there had been some advances in women's rights, women were not equal to men in the 19th century. In particular, they did not have the vote in Parliamentary elections. In 1897, Millicent Fawcett organised the National Union of Women's Suffrage Societies (NUWSS - the Suffragists) to campaign peacefully for the vote.