In the United Kingdom, the Reform Act could refer to various Acts

  • Reform Act of 1832, which abolished rotten boroughs and gave representation to Birmingham etc
  • Reform Act of 1867, which widened the franchise, and adjusted representation to be more equitable
  • Reform Act of 1872, which introduced the secret ballot
  • Reform Act of 1883, which introduced campaign spending limits
  • Reform Act of 1884, which allowed people in counties to vote on that same basis as those in towns
  • Reform Act of 1886, which split multi-member constituencies into multiple single-member ones

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