Emmeline Pankhurst (above, with her daughters) in 1913. She led the suffragette movement, was arrested repeatedly and force fed when she went on hunger strike. Emmeline lived until June 1928 and lived long enough to see women get equal voting rights to men.(Image: Tom Marshall/mediadrumworld.com)


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