➤ Dear oh dear! Thoughtless Cameron PM swats women’s 200-year struggle from the history books


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Votes for Women, campaign,Emmeline Pankhurst , 1914, David Cameron, "Calm down dear"

Votes for Women campaigner Emmeline Pankhurst being arrested at Buckingham Palace, May 1914 © Museum of London

❚ LANDMARKS ON THE ROAD TO WOMEN’S RIGHTS

1832 Reform Act, The People’s Charter 1838, John Stuart Mill, On Liberty, The Subjection of Women 1861, women’s suffrage 1865, women’s rights, Millicent Fawcett, The Cat and Mouse Act 1913, hunger strikes, death of Emily Davison, Emmeline Pankhurst, Representation of the People Act 1918, Franchise Act of 1928

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