2018 marks the 100 year anniversary since some women in the UK were given the right to vote – provided that they were over 30 and either owned their own homes or were married to householders. It was not until a full 10 years later in 1928 that in the UK everyone over the age of 21 was given the right to vote, regardless of gender.
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