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East London Federation of the Suffragettes

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Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

East London Federation of the Suffragettes

Group  From /1/1914  To 1924

Formed by Sylvia Pankhurst as a breakaway group from the Women’s Social and Political Union (WSPU). It differed from its parent group by being democratic and inclusive of men. It set up the East London Toy Factory, and cut price restaurants, clinics and nurseries for the poor of East London. In March 1916 it renamed itself the Workers' Suffrage Federation (WSF). Before being dissolved, it became affiliated to the Communist Workers International.

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East London Federation of the Suffragettes

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East London Federation of the Suffragettes

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