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2018 marks a series of important anniversaries that have helped to shape democracy in the UK. Throughout the year, Parliament will be celebrating the laws and events that ensured that everyone now has the right to vote on the same basis.
All men over 21 and women over 30 years old received the vote if they were either a member or married to a member of the Local Government Register, a property owner, or a graduate voting in a University constituency.
Life peers of both sexes to be members of the Lords.
Gave women electoral equality with men.
Gave women over 21 the right to stand for election as an MP.1918 General Election (100 years)