Statue of Lady Nancy Astor unveiled in Plymouth

A statue of the first female MP to take her seat in Parliament has been unveiled in Plymouth.

Lady Nancy Astor made history after she was elected to represent Plymouth Sutton in Parliament on November 28, 1919 - exactly 100 years ago.

Outside her former home on the Hoe, a statue of Lady Astor has been unveiled by former Prime Minister Theresa May.

It follows a campaign by the Nancy Astor Statue Appeal, who raised more than £100,000 to fund the statue.

Here's a collection from some of the memorable moments:

Theresa May obliged members of the crowd with selfies after the unveiling.
The statue has been unveiled!
Crowds look on as the statue is unveiled.
Theresa May gives a speech ahead of the unveiling.

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The cameras are poised!