Liberal reforms and women 1903 - 1914

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B J Q U H Q F V X T F I A S I P B G L

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  • ____ and ____ act tried to deal with hunger strikes (11)
  • ____ gave votes to all men but not women despite parliament (9)
  • ____ was a martyr (jumped (?) under the kings' horse) (13)
  • Emmiline Pankhurst's organisation (deeds not words) (4)
  • Millicent Fawcett's organisation (some male reps in 1906) (5)
  • There was a women's national anti- ___ league (8)

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