Mabel Tuke, Joint Honourary Secretary of the Women's Social and Political Union (WSPU), c1908. Mabel Tuke (1871-1962), also known as Pansy, joined the WSPU in 1906 and devoted herself to the campaign wholeheartedly. On 1 March 1912 she and Emmeline Pankhurst threw a stone through the window of No.10 Downing Street. They were arrested immediately, and Mabel was sentenced to three weeks in Holloway Gaol. Years later, Sylvia Pankhurst remembered how Mabel had had the ability to impress and reassure the parents of girls who wanted to be involved in the campaign.
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