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A colourful mob marches through the streets of London on their way to the Houses of Parliament, waving placards, shouting slogans and smashing windows. But these aren’t students on their way to the Conservative party headquarters—this is a scene from London’s past.

Three hundred protesters from all classes in society turned out on the afternoon of 18th November 1910 to protest after parliament blocked further debate on the issue of women’s suffrage. But as they…

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