Emmeline Pankhurst arrested by Superintendent Rolfe outside Buckingham Palace, London, May 1914. Mrs Pankhurst was trying to present a petition to the king. The Suffragette newspaper reported that as she was driven away to Holloway Gaol she called out: 'Arrested at the gates of the Palace. Tell the King!' Pankhurst was jailed several times during the fight to get women the vote. Rolfe died two weeks later of heart failure.
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