Giving pardons to women who were jailed while fighting for the right to vote would be “complicated”, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said.
But she said she would “take a look”, 100 years on from some women getting the vote in the UK.
Jeremy Corbyn said a Labour government would apologise to suffragettes and have criminal records overturned.
Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, said the women had been pardoned by society. More