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Emmeline Pankhurst Emmeline Pankhurst (14 July, 1858 – 14 June, 1928) was one of the founders of the British suffragette movement. (the WSPU women's social and political union) It is the name of "Mrs Pankhurst", more than any other, which is associated with the struggle for the enfranchisement 5.00 Leicester Born in 1858 into a politically active Manchester family, Emmeline Pankhurst became leader of the British suffragette movement which helped women over 30 win the right to vote in 1918. Militant activities - including arson and attacking police - brought criticism from many but her work is recognised as crucial in achieving women's suffrage The term women's suffrage refers to an economic and political reform movement aimed at extending suffrage — the right to vote — to women. The movement's origins are usually traced to the United States in the 1820s. in Britain. She died in 1928.
Easy as 1-2-3 1 Where is Gerard Butler based in Newmarket? 123 2 Who finished second in this month's 1,000 Guineas? 3 Over what trip is the Prince of Wales's Stakes run? Answers on page 74 The class of...
1940 During the week of the Dunkirk evacuation Dunkirk Evacuation
(1940) In World War II, the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force and other Allied troops, cut off by the Germans, from the French seaport of Dunkirk (Dunkerque) to England. 70 years ago, Pont L'Eveque Pont l'É·vêque
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[After Pont l'Évêque, a town of northwest France.] and Godiva warmed up for their victories in the Derby and Oaks respectively. Pont L'Eveque breezed home in the Longleat Stakes at Salisbury, and Godiva hacked up in the Oaks Trial at Hurst Park. Owen Tudor, the 1941 Derby victor, made a winning debut at Salisbury while hundreds of thousands of soldiers were being rescued from the French beach as the German army advanced.
Who am I? Being a rig I was different from most other horses anyhow, but my record and zest for racing was what made me stand out the most. I raced 121 times, winning 20 races and was placed second or third in a further 24 races, picking up just under pounds 500,000 in prize-money. And I simply loved Haydock. As a nine-year-old I was a whisker away from winning a Group 1 sprint, and five days later, I returned to the track to record the final success in my long career. Answer on page 74 Jargon-buster Weight for age A graduated scale that shows how horses of differing ages progress month by month during the racing season, the differences being expressed in terms of weight. This allows horses of differing ages to compete against each other fairly, based on their age and maturity, in what are known as weight-for-age races.
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