Did parliament grow in power during the Tudor period?

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Did parliament grow in power during the Tudor period?
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It depends upon the monarch. Under Henry VIII the role of Parliament undoubtedly grew due to the Break with Rome and his subsequent need to declare himself Supreme head of the Church. Parliament was a body used to pass and enforce the necessary legislation. On the other hand, Parliament was barely called in Elizabeth's reign, something like 13 times in her 46 year reign. Parliament was called at the discretion of the monarch, she had the power to call and dissolve Parliament. She also limited discussion areas by use of her royal prerogative.
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everyone knows Parliament only stamped their mark during the age of the Stuarts. The Prime Minister position was only "founded" in 1721 (after the Stuarts, during George I's reign).
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