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Caroline Campbell

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Ramon Kelly on July 10, 2018

The correct answer is option d). of The three great principles of the English bill of Rights are: freedom of expression on the part of members of Parliament, the protection from cruel punishments, and freedom to petition the government. The declaration of Rights was signed in 1689, and is an act of the British Parliament to the state of some of the principles and rights that every British citizen should posses. Its main principles are that all members of parliament have freedom of expression, that British citizens are protected from cruel punishment, and that they are free from the request of the government or of the crown. What these principles show is that the Bill of Rights has been the main objective of the protection of the citizens and the regulation of the power of the government and most of the King/Queen.

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