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Women got right to vote in Norway in 1913 #icaoslo
First female MP in Norway was elected in 1911 #icaoslo
Marit Nybakk, vice-president of stortinget describes the female suffrage movement in Norway #icaoslo
Proceedings about to start in Oslo at #ICA archives of parliaments and political parties section conference
Heading to Oslo to speak about our 2015 plans at #ICA conference
Although the resolve of some his supporters had waivered, Montfort himself had stood firm.
The legate's actions had little ultimate effect on Montfort and his allies, especially as the sentences were published in France.
On 20th October 1264, at Hesdin in Artois, bulls of excommunication and interdict were pronounced as had originally been threatened.
After months of lengthy discussion, negotiations had not led to a settlement.
Looking at a draft act from 1624 for our partnership exhibition with @NorfolkRO http://t.co/B4mFTgTYlg
.@UKParliament has announced UK-wide plans to commemorate significant historic anniversaries in 2015 http://t.co/U53jRFXnNm #Parliament2015
This was a significant gesture which made it clear that a resolution would not be possible #1265
On 11 October 1264 an English knight threw letters rejecting a settlement and a copy of the Peace of Canterbury into the sea at Wissant
New web content about the Parliament750 project! http://t.co/cBWtnHxvkY @UKParlArchives @UKParlOutreach @HistParl
The papal bulls were taken from the bishops and thrown into the sea at Dover.#1265