|In the mid 1920s women's groups were pushing the government to give
women the right to vote at 21, the same age as men. However, there
was still opposition to such a move. In the Daily Mail, these
young women were called 'flappers', suggesting they were too irresponsible
or unstable to be given the vote.
Catalogue reference: HO 45/13020/474274/18 Part 1 (21 January 1926)
Catalogue reference: HO 45/13020/474274/91 Part 2 (3 November 1927)