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  • Your conclusion must do the following: • Summarise all your main factors and their influence • [Most important] Answer the question with a clear statement • Use evidence to explain why you have reached this conclusion
  • British democracy did not come about because of one single issue, rather it was a combination of various factors. The need to thank soldiers and women who played a key role in winning World War One makes this a compelling issue, however the desire of political parties to win support by extending the vote to certain groups is relevant too. Pressure groups also raised public awareness of the campaigns and allowed all people to participate, although violent actions sometimes hurt their campaign. [Summary of all factors] However the most important factor in Britain becoming democratic was industrialisation. [Overall judgement/answer] The rise of working class identity was brought about thanks to the mass workplaces and urban living which were features of the industrial revolution. Trade unions, pressure groups and the Labour Party grew out of this identity, supporting the conclusion that industrialisation is the main reason for democracy in the UK. [Evidence/reason for conclusion]