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David Walliams 6 Feb 18
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Faye Brookes 6 Feb 18
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Jane C Woods 6 Feb 18
Just a wee reminder that it wasn't all about white women. Asian suffragettes protesting in London.
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Ariel Poets Aug 18
Celebrate with us. Passed by Congress June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment granted women the right to vote. The 19th amendment guarantees all American women the right to vote. Use hashtag to show support for woman across the globe.
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Cllr Anna Keen 6 Feb 18
If there's a Twitter heaven out there, I hope our ancestors can see that their fight has delivered one of the most diverse political cabinets in the country. Proud of and proud of our
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WomenInHistory 6 Feb 18
This photo 👌🏼🙌🏻✨ A suffragette addresses a sea of skeptical faces in Newcastle c.1914. The bravery and determination of these women must never be forgotten.
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Councillor Beverley Momenabadi 6 Feb 18
On the day which marks since the UK got the I have been selected to stand as the Labour candidate for MY ward (Ettingshall). Big shoes to fill as Cllr Johnson retires but I will work SO hard for my ward! Bring it on! Thank you to everyone for their support.
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BeYonder Dec 14
We use as a tool for good. Fuelled by passion & driven we are all about improving & impact ’s do this 🌏
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Victims’ Commissioner for London 6 Feb 18
100 years ago today inspirational women helped make our voices stronger. Tonight is launch of ‘To Report or not to Report ‘ by another amazing Emily & will highlight how we still have way to go to ensure all women’s voices are heard
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Salvation Army International Heritage Centre 6 Feb 18
‘We think it a matter worthy of the consideration of the church, whether God really intended woman to bury her talents and influence’ - Catherine Booth
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Steve Englebright 5 Jan 18
ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO TODAY The first woman to vote in New York State, Florence Chauncey, cast her ballot in the Lisle Village Hall in Broome County on the Southern Tier.
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martha lane fox 5 Feb 18
Constance Markievicz, a socialite who’d traded gowns and balls for guerillas and bullets. She became Ireland’s first elected female politician. While incarcerated. THANKS CONSTANCE. 100 years since women 30 with property got the vote
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Timothy Rulo Nov 6
Took our children to vote this morning. My wife’s reflection on taking our young daughter with us was moving. Please enjoy...
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Women's Museum of California Jun 24
Why We Oppose Votes for Men 5. Because men are too emotional to vote. Their conduct at baseball games and political conventions shows this, while their innate tendency to appeal to force renders them peculiarly unfit for the task of government.
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Number Cruncher Politics UK 6 Feb 18
On this day in 1918, the Fourth Reform Act received royal assent, introducing votes for women. It also included an extended franchise for men, moving elections to a single polling day, public funding for returning officers' expenses, and boundary changes.
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Joey Barton 6 Feb 18
100 years since an Act of Parliament allowed some UK women to vote for the 1st time. Here’s to the Suffragette movement, Emmeline Pankhurst and all the strong women in the world today. Happy to know and love, and be loved, by so many in my life. ❤️
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Karen Constantine 6 Feb 18
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Lorraine 5 Feb 18
Today we're celebrating 100 years since women won the right to vote in the UK. We want to know, which woman inspires you? Tweets may be used on air. T&Cs apply.
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nadia sapphire 6 Feb 18
It’s amazing to see how far women have come ! 😘💪🏻
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Julie-Anne Corr-Johnston 6 Feb 18
I’d rather be a rebel than a slave 💪🏼
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