A handbill publicising a demonstration at Parliament on 22 November 1910. Catalogue ref: HO 144/1106/200455
Deputation: a group of people sent to speak for and represent others.
VOTES FOR WOMEN
WOMEN’S SOCIAL AND POLITICAL UNION,
4, CLEMENT’S INN.
DEPUTATION OF WOMEN
WILL ARRIVE IN
At 8 o’clock,
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22.
TO LOVERS OF FAIR PLAY!
WOMEN VERSUS THE GOVERNMENT!
Will you come and Umpire?
Read “VOTES FOR WOMEN,” Weekly, One Penny, from all
Newsagents and Bookstalls.
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- Why does the leaflet include the expression ‘Lovers of fair play’ do you think?
- What does it mean by inviting people to “come and umpire” in the contest of “women versus the government”?
- Who produced this leaflet?
- How does this leaflet show the importance of publicity for the WSPU?
- What does the leaflet reveal about the activities of the suffragette campaign?
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