[Source:] ... In the winter of 1782, Arnold moved to London with his second wife, Margaret "Peggy" Shippen Arnold. He was well received by King George III and the Tories, but frowned upon by the Whigs.
What were the key political differences between the Tories and the Whigs that caused one side to strongly favor Benedict Arnold, and the other side to strongly dislike him? Put another way, how were Benedict Arnold's actions viewed across the Tory-Whig political spectrum?