Birmingham People were campaigning to have their voices heard. The Act led to radical changes in our political system around participation, representation and changes in our society in Birmingham, the UK and the World.
Following the act new political movements grew, including Peace, Co-operative, Labour, Communist, Nationalist and Fascist movements. At the same time, refugees fleeing conflict and political persecution brought a new perspective and influenced political debate in Birmingham.
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