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People power has changed Parliament, achieving fairer representation and equal voting rights
Find out how the long struggle for representative democracy led to the formation of the Chartist movement and eventually, in 1918, the right to vote being extended to all men
Before 1918 no women were allowed to vote in parliamentary elections. In the early 20th century two main groups actively campaigned to give women the vote
Parliament's Education Service supports young people's understanding of Parliament and the development of democracy. Take a look at Women and the vote resources for schools.
Learn how the suffragettes rushed the Palace of Westminster in 1908 via this interactive timeline.