Once John had gone and the war had ended, the lines of political division altered. The Charter was quickly reissued, in a more limited form. Very soon ex-rebels and the native loyalists were working easily together; Brian de Lisle, Hugh de Balliol, Robert de Vieuxpont, by the side of Thomas of Moulton, Robert de Percy, or Robert de Ros. Loyalist and rebel now found a common interest and a common bond in unseating John's foreigners, in breaking the grip which Robert de Gaugy, William de Fors, and Faulkes de Breauté still had on the administration. In 1225 the reissue of Magna Carta was attested by ten of the Twenty-Five of 1215. The waters John had parted had closed once more.
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