What was the most important factor in the development of industrialisation?
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“Necessity is the mother of invention” – A popular saying which can be true of the industrial revolution in Britain in the 18th and 19th centuries. As a result of the rapidly increasing population during this time, there was a high demand and need for essential items (such as clothing and food) to enable the population to survive. This meant the invention
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huge part in the industrialisation of Britain. This development of transportation and trade was necessary due to the growing population.
Industrialisation in Britain bought about many changes in society. These changes included the advances in farming methods, the new technology in cloth making in factories and the improvements in transport and trade. All of these changes were necessary to accommodate the increase in population, which was the most important factor in the development of industrialisation.