‘A Petrol Scented Spring’ by Ajay Close

Arabella Scott, a Scottish Suffragette, had been arrested several times for violent demonstrations by 1914, and each time had been released under the Cat and Mouse Act. Aimed at preventing imprisoned Suffragettes from killing themselves on hunger strike, this act stipulated that prisoners would be released once they were too weak to cause trouble. Often […]


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