Too many to count
Over eleven million
Over half were loyal
Less than one in four were loyal
None were loyal
One third were loyal
Charles James Fox
William Pitt the youngest prime minister in British history.
William Wilberforce, an avid Christian, animal rights advocate and abolitionist.
Barbara Spooner Wilberforce, wife of William Wilberforce.
James Henry Newton, a former slave trade sailor, Anglican clergyman and abolitionist.
He had plantations in the West Indies that made him lots of money.
He hated William Wilberforce and wanted him to fail.
As prime minister he could not openly appose the king when there was bloodshed in the streets of Paris.
He was afraid of seeming unpatriotic in a time of political crisis.