s is for suffragist

The strident Emmeline Pankhurst and tragic Emily Davison may be better known, but perhaps Catherine Marshall did more to win the vote for British women.  From a stall on Keswick market to meetings with Lloyd George and Herbert Asquith: did her leaflets and lobbying turn the course of political history?

Catherine will soon be cajoling Ass-quith, the Prime Ministerial donkey, in Penrith.