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The Houses of Parliament are more properly called ...
The original palace was used a a royal residence from the days of Edward the Confessor
The current building was designed by Sir Charles Barry and AW Pugin
20 May, 1313
Ordinance of the Staple
The Ordinance established a compulsory depot through which all wool exports had to pass. The first 'Staple' was St Omer
This child king came to throne at the age of 12, but probably died in the Tower of London two years later
He was imprisined in the tower by his uncle, Richard III
He was one of the two famous 'Princes in the Tower'