More than 100 female MPs and peers posed for a photo in British Parliament to mark 100 years of votes for women
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Theresa May and more than 100 other MPs and peers posed in the Palace of Westminster.

They stood with an original copy of the 1918 Representation of the People Act, which first granted women the vote in 1918.

Female MPs and members of the House of Lords gathered in Britain's Houses of Parliament on Tuesday to celebrate 100 years since women secured the vote.

Theresa May and more than 100 of her lawmaking colleagues posed alongside the original copy of the...


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