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'The Representation of People act' became law in the UK as of February 1918, there for women over the age of 30 got to vote. Suffragette's saw this as a big step forward however it wasn't great for women under 30 as they would have to wait a while before being able to vote. Then in 1928 this got extended so that women had voting equality with men, meaning they had to be 21 or over.

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