British Women Receive Right to Vote

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Under the terms of the Representation of the People Act, all British women over the age of 30 receive the right to vote — but only if they own a house, are married to someone who owns a house, or have a degree from a university. Men, however, can vote as long as they are over 21 and are local residents.


Womens suffrage in the United Kingdom

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