Events have been held this month in Northumberland, London and elsewhere to mark the 100th anniversary of the death of Emily Wilding Davison.
The suffragette died after she was trampled by the King's horse at the Derby. She had stepped onto the track in a very public protest for voting equality.
A century on, what is Emily's legacy? Helen Ford asked MPs Sharon Hodgson, Tim Farron and Andrew Jones; her guests on Around The House.
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You can catch Around The House at 11:35pm tonight on ITV
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