The women's right to vote is now taken for granted in Britain, but Emily Wilding Davison was the heroine who fought for those rights and one hundred years after she threw herself under the King's racehorse at the Derby, we remember her courage.
Listen to street interviews of women and girls over women's right to vote:
Alys Cooke, 22, on voting
Young women on the street talk about their right to vote
Charlotte, 19, on women's right to vote
Girls say they will be voting when they grow up
Young clever girls say that vote will change your voteReuse content