B ; wspu ; liberals failure '09-'13 ; gov franchise bill '13

in '13 new franchise bill was debated and supported by who?
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this woudl extend vote to?
wc men
2 of 17
an amendment proposed to strike what word formt he bill
3 of 17
who suggested this measure?
lloyd george
4 of 17
how did HoC react?
5 of 17
but cons speaker of the house lowther declaed?
the amendment would change the character of the bill and invalidate it
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what did asquith do with this?
refused to draft replacement bill
7 of 17
WSPU increasing violence di what within parliament?
increased opposition to female suffrage
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what was fawcett informed of in '10 when she discussed with lloyd george?
recent militancy made reform impossible
9 of 17
what did lloyd george claim about recent demonstrations?
left his wife alienated from movement
10 of 17
grew increasingly displease and thoguht christabel had lsot all sense of proportion when?
nov '11
11 of 17
what persuaded lloyd george militancy was ooc?
intense violent wave after asquith failure to grant time to 2nd conciliation bill
12 of 17
what did even ramsay macdonald regard hysterical response to failure?
window smashing + hunger strikes
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in late '10 what WSPU act made many pro-sufragette MPs lose enthusiasm?
attack on downing street smashing asquith's car windows and accosting him
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aggressive waves of violence from '11-'13 really damaged parliament's efforts to do ewhat?
extend franchise
15 of 17
WSPU attemtps to target what played into hands fo anti-suffrage grps?
target private property / destroy social order / destroy churches + politician homes with bombs and arson
16 of 17
in '12 parliament discussions moved away from how to enfranchise women but rather?
how to stop hte violence
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