Liberal reforms and women 1903 - 1914

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I H C E O J N S Y U W F S A J H A Y N
O K V N I U O I B B S K D P N P T U X
E L U H A Y S Y Q F C R B B M D A H R
J M Q N D H D L T P S Y A A D D N C Y
P Q E M U I I B O W R H S R C X D E O
S C P T U R V H T G E Q D G P N M Y Y
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B P M U F Y Y Y T G R S Q P Q B S K R
F E A T F W L H U F N A X D U V E E W
K N E O R B I W H O P Q L K Q E I T I
S U B G A R M F V E Q S W J G U L W T
N W O B G Q E F K C V O H Y P F I G R
J S Q U E M E W O W B I S S Y Q B L X
H S U S M Y H T A U W L W P U U U H J
B O N L O G L D B P D R Q N I N A C H
K T G C F K T E H P L I O B M G S O M

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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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