History - English Bill of RIghts storyboard

Updated: 10/15/2021
History - English Bill of RIghts storyboard

Storyboard Text

  • That guy ran away! What a coward!
  • In 1689, The Parliament decided that James II had stepped down from his throne and deserted his own kingdom.
  • Yeah! He stepped down and didn't even tells us!
  • He did what?!
  • I have a proposition. We need to have Mary and William of Orange to be the monarchs
  • Aw man! I can't change the laws now?
  • The Parliament was now in control. The monarch(s) in rule could not make changes to laws which were passed by the Parliament.
  • From The Parliament, The sovereign does not have the right to change any laws passed by the Parliament.To The Sovereign
  • From The Parliament, The sovereign does not have the right to tax citizens without a consent from The Parliament. To The Sovereign
  • The Parliament was now in control. The monarch(s) in rule could not tax the citizens unless the Parliament said it was okay.
  • Seriously? I can't even touch the taxes without telling those guys?
  • Yay!! No more weird and unusual laws! The Parliament is being so nice to us!
  • From The Parliament, We have decided to change the rules. Harsh bail money and fines will not be imposed.. Brutal punishments will also be eliminated. To The Citizens
  • The Parliament declared many principles and decided to change some of the rules. They decreased bail money and fines and eliminated unusual punishments.