Whigs (Breetish poleetical pairty)

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Whigs
Leader(s)
Foondit1678 (1678)
Dissolved6 Juin 1859 (1859-06-06)
Precedit biRoundheads
Merged intoLeeberal Pairty
IdeologyPairlamentarism
Leeberalism[1][2]
Clessical leeberalism[3]
Poleetical poseetionCentre-left[4][5][6]
ReleegionProtestantism[7]
(Catholic emancipation - from the end of 18th c.)[8]
Colours     Blue      Buff[9]      Orange

The Whigs war a poleetical faction an then a poleetical pairty in the pairlaments o Ingland, Scotland, Great Breetain, Ireland an the Unitit Kinrick.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Sykes, Alan (2014). Routlegde (ed.). The Whigs and the politics of Reform. The Rise and Fall of British Liberalism: 1776-1988.
  2. Leach, Robert (2015). Macmillan (ed.). Political Ideology in Britain. pp. 32–34.
  3. Lowe, Norman (2017). Macmillan (ed.). Mastering Modern British History. p. 72.
  4. Clark, Jonathan Charles Douglas (2000). English Society, 1660-1832: Religion, Ideology and Politics During the Ancien Régime. Cambridge University Press. p. 515.
  5. Hay, William (2004). The Whig Revival, 1808-1830. Springer. p. 177.
  6. Hazan, Reuven Y. (1998). Centre Parties: Polarization and Competition in European Parliamentary Democracies. A&C Black. p. 21.
  7. Richard Brent (1987). The Whigs and Protestant Dissent in the Decade of Reform: The Case of Church Rates, 1833–1841. Oxford University Press. pp. 887–910.
  8. "Whigs and Tories". UK Parliament.
  9. Mitchell, Leslie (2007). The Whig World: 1760–1837. London: Hambledon Continuum. pp. 4, 13, 158–159.