Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison harassed the British parliament and died in 1913 from a collision with the king’s horse during a race. 100 years later, Parliament displays a relic of her campaign and celebrates her and her cause.

Linda Fairbrother and Boni Sones, Parliamentary Radio for Women; Helen Goodman, Labour party Media critic; MP Emily Thornberry, the Speaker of Parliament, and other MPs

Audio produced by Parliamentary Radio For Women – www.parliamentaryradio.com – adapted for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

ON WINGS | August 24, 2013 | 2:30 pm

Suffragette in PaYrliament

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Suffragette Emily Wilding Davison harassed the British parliament and died in 1913 from a collision with the king’s horse during a race. 100 years later, Parliament displays a relic of her campaign and celebrates her and her cause.

Linda Fairbrother and Boni Sones, Parliamentary Radio for Women; Helen Goodman, Labour party Media critic; MP Emily Thornberry, the Speaker of Parliament, and other MPs

Audio produced by Parliamentary Radio For Women – www.parliamentaryradio.com – adapted for WINGS by Frieda Werden.

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