1.1 Wolsey was asked to enforce a non parliamentary tax on the rich to help Henry
gain money to support a war with France.
1.2 this caused a huge rebellian across Suffolk and
east Anglia, resulting in 10,000 men marching on
1.3 despite Wolseys unpopularity with the nobles, the Duke of
Norfolk and Suffolk did best to try and restore order.
1.4 The Amicable Grant Crisis was abandoned in may 1525
1.5 Henry denied all knowledge of said tax
1.6 the result of the tax, meant that Wolsey switched from alliance from Charles V to Francis
2 Wolsey failed to gain Henry VIII's and Catherine of Aragon's marriage annulment
2.1 Wolsey was expected to have gained Henry the annulment, due to his
position as Legate a latere, however because the pope was under the
influence of Charles V (Catherine of Aragons neice) he was unable to do
so, resulting in a very dissapointed Henry
2.2 This resulted in Henry beginning to ignore Wolsey
2.2.1 For example - Henry took matters into his own hands regarding the annulment
184.108.40.206 Henry sent William Knights to obtain a Papal bull to allow him to marry a
women to whom he was already related.
3 Wolseys unpopularity within the Boleyn faction
3.1 He lost support of Anne Boleyn after the failure of the Legatine Court.
3.2 She was also dissapointed with Wolseys failure in gaining
the annulment for Henry and Catherine.
3.3 Boleyn was plotting against Wolsey in 1525, July, but Henry was
still loyal to his chancellor so he stopped any resistance
3.4 Anne Boleyn was upset by the fact Wolsey set out and achieved in
ending the relationship between Henry Percy and herself