Women have come a long way since the first of them were given the vote - but there's more work to do.
"I thought oh my, how do I explain to a policeman what I'm doing walking through parliament carrying an electric drill at 11 at night?"
The right to vote is afforded to the majority of the population of the UK, but for some demographics it still remains off limits.
One hundred years after women were first given the right to vote in the UK, the Government is facing calls to pardon suffragettes.
An art installation entitled 'New Dawn' was unveiled this year in parliament representing all the laws passed without the consent of women.
Society still has "a long way to go" to achieve true gender equality almost 100 years on from women winning the right to vote.