It is a myth that the First World War liberated women. The Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act of 1919 was one of the most significant pieces of legislation in modern Britain. Ladies Can’t Climb Ladders focuses on the lives of pioneering women forging careers in the fields of medicine, law, academia, architecture, engineering and the church. Social historian Jane Robinson sheds light on the public and private worlds of these unsung heroines, their desires and ambitions, and how family and society responded to this emerging class of working women.
ICYMI. Present Indicative will donate £1 to the NHS Charities Together Fund for every one of these tea towels sold. OVER £2500 RAISED SO FAR, Thank you!!! Care guide: Machine washable. Approximately 78 x 48 cm. 100% cotton.
Capturing that excruciating moment when Mr Gove argued that if all schools improve their performance then they can all be above average. Genius! Strong cotton book bag with long handles. Measures 38 x 43cm.
Malcolm X (1925-1965) was an American civil rights activist best known for his controversial advocacy for black rights and his indictment of white America in the harshest terms for its crimes against black Americans. He has been called one of the greatest and most influential...
A beautiful European passport in life-like maroon acrylic, laser etched and inked to bear the shimmering, hopeful message, "European at heart." Designed and created by Tatty Devine. Etched acrylic brooch.Pendant measures 2.8 x 2cm, chain is adjustable - 44cm to 49cm.