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London Dyke March Will Pay Homage To Suffragette Movement

This year's march in London will model its route after the Suffragettes march through London in 1908, better known as the "Votes for Women Rally."

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Organizer Emelia Holdaway hopes that this year's march will draw even greater numbers.

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This year’s route will commemorate the "Votes for Women" Rally in 1908.

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The Suffragettes marched the same way through London to Hyde Park in what became known as the "Votes For Women" Rally. The event will begin at 3pm in Berkeley Square, moving on to Piccadilly and Leicester Square before arriving in Soho.