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Public Affairs | Nick | Elections

Women fighting for vote were jailed for criminal damage whilst protesting. 1892 – woman could not graduate a woman was arrested whilst wearing a graduate gown in protest. 1918 – some women could vote. 1914/5 – Funeral of who – Emily Davidson – possibly thrown under a horse, or jumped into the horses in the name of the suffragettes. WHO CAN VOTE NOW British citizens aged 18+ Citizens of the Irish Republic and commonwealth countries resident under Representation of the People ACT 2000. WHO CAN’T VOTE   Inherited. Foreign Nationals.…

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