Actions after the end of Conciliation Bill Announcement

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  • Patience and optimism was lost and the suffragette violence began again on 21st November 1911
  • Thousands of pounds of damage was caused in London with smashed windows and shops
  • 200 women were arrested with prison sentences varying from 1 week to 6 months
  • NUWSS remained optimistic saying Lloyd George was helping the cause
  • Support for the new Reform Bill and as a second option the Conciliation Bill was done by working alongside socialists and liberals
  • 1912: the Reform Bill was postponed for the Conciliation Bill

The End of the Conciliation Bill

  • 28th March the Conciliation Bill was defeated
  • The Irish Nationalists voted against it since they wanted…


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