The 1784 vote of no confidence against the government of William Pitt the Younger occurred in April 1835.
Sir Robert Peel, Bt became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in December 1834. However, his Party formed only a minority in the House of Commons. The following general election did not change this situation, which left the Conservative Party over 100 seats shorter than the Whigs in the House of Commons. Peel's government was unable to implement most of its policies. On 7 April, Ralph Bernal, a Whig MP, brought up a Report of the Committee of the House on the Church of Ireland. The Report was passed in the House of Commons against the government's will by a vote of 285 to 258. Peel resigned on the next day.