MPs and Charles already disagree on the King's prerogative and money
End of personal rule
Prosectuated for publishing pamphlets that attacked the bishops. They were sentenced to be pilloried, branded on the cheek and have their ears cropped before being sentenced to death
Granted these to companies which gave them the ability to control prices
The boundaries of the royal forests were redrawn to the boundaries existing under edward III. Anyone living in these newly designated royal forests were fined.
In 1634 - MPs were instructed to collect, even in the absence of war.
In 1635 - It was extended to inland counties as well and it became an annual tax.
Fined people who were eligible for a knighthood but didn't claim it.
1636 he had refused to pay Ship Money - he lost the case 5:7 five of the judges supporting the crown had been appointed by Charles
Charles issued new canons regarding the conduct of services without consulting the general assembly of the scottish kirk.
He imposed the English prayer book on scotland
Scots drew up the convenant rejecting the Canons of 1636 and the prayer book, thousands of scots signed it.
Charles issued a proclamation which declared protests against the prayer book to be treasonous
Scottish National Assembly abolished High Commission and removed bishops in Scots.
Which lead to the Treaty of Ripon