What Year Did Women Start to Vote?

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Women were given the right to vote 80 years ago, on February 6, 1918. The Representation of the People Act gave women over thirty the right to vote provided they occupied premises of a yearly value of not less than £5. In 1928, the voting age for women was lowered to 21 which was the same as that of men.
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