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Take a tour of Parliament and enjoy a delicious afternoon tea by the River Thames
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Discover works in the Parliamentary Art Collection relating to general elections and extending the right to vote
Find out about Parliament's new work of art celebrating the votes for women movement
Discover the influential events which shaped our democracy between 1897 and 1997 by exploring Parliament's 'Dearsley Bequest Window'.
View and explore Adam Dant’s large narrative ink drawing, a visual record of his observations of the 2015 General Election.
Discover works relating to suffragette mother and daughter Emmeline and Sylvia Pankhurst in the Parliamentary Art Collection.
Learn about the Chartist movement by exploring this engraving produced to commemorate the Chartist presentation of a petition to the House of Commons in 1842.
View the collection of artworks made by Cornelia Parker in response to 2017's snap General Election
People power has changed Parliament, achieving fairer representation and equal voting rights